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THE SOU'WESTER— VOLUME LXXXVII 




Student Life 6 Organizations V 72 

Administration 16 Greek Life 100 

Faculty 28 Intramurals .^K. 122 

Students 38 Sports J| . 130 

Residence Life 66 Closing .... 146 



Index 



editor 





Kelli Alexis Holloway 



Title Page • 1 




MILING FACES 



The Southwest- 
ern experience is 
different for every 
student, however, 
the common element shared 
by all, is a brimming smile 
that extends from ear to ear! 
Southwestern University 
is like no other institution. 
Thousands of students have 
roamed the passages of the 
campus and have grown in 



this special place. This col- 
lege has maintained an ex- 
traordinary educational envi- 
ronment for 150 years, and 
as a result it attracts many 
diverse individuals. A strong 
traditional attitude has con- 
tinued during these years. 
This attitude encourages 
students to pursue a broad- 
based, value-centered educa- 
tion during their undergrad- 



uate years. Generation after 
generation of families have 
gone through the doors of 
Southwestern and left with 
something they will cherish 
and keep with them forever. 
They have gained the very 
best in liberal arts education 
and are proud to say that 
they attended Southwestern 
University. 




Trippin' the light fantastic, Scott 
Streitman and Wendi Hirsch boogie 
to the disc jocky's tunes. 



2 • Opening 



These bright and shining faces are 
Tuan Nguyen, Vernonica Rogers, Eric 
Timm, Kim Goldsmith, Melissa Burns, 
and Kelly Conrad. 



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Smiling Faces • 3 




AMPUS LIFE 



Southwestern 
University is one of 
the finest institu- 
tions of undergrad- 
uate learning in the country. 
This school offers opportuni- 
ties at home, as well as 
abroad to complement the 
college experience. Here on 
the campus students excel 



in expressing their individ- 
uality with a sense of inter- 
depence. Cooperation with 
others and an understanding 
of them adds to classroom 
learning. The large endow- 
ment that Southwestern has 
encurred allows the universi- 
ty to hire the best faculty 
members and administra- 



tors. This, along with the 
small student to teacher ra- 
tio, builds the educational 
experience to one that is 
best suited for each individ- 
ual. Each experience is dif- 
ferent and makes students 
aware of others around them 
and in the world. 




Moving in that first day of college is 
just too much fun. Julie Otto looks 
enthused. 



"Not us?!" exclaims a smiling Troy 
West and Todd Mantz. These guys 
just couldn't be up to no good. 



Hanging out at the Pike house, Amy 
Blake and Bobby Linhart discuss 
their strategy for winning kickball 
with Wendy Streza and Brigid Ma- 
lek 



4 • Opening 





Studying diligently in the library, 
Pete Allman, Greg Rosner, and 
John Eagle help one another to pre- 
pare for their test the next morning. 




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Crusin' the campus on his bike, 
Chris Williams takes a short rest as 
onlooker Joe Wilson hopes to race 
him later that afternoon. 



Taking advantage of those lazy 
days of fall, Joel McLemore, 
James Dewitt, and Beth Perkins 

study on the veranda. 



Campus Life • 5 




Student Life 



Have a Coke and a smile! Vanessa 
Davis seems to be enjoying serving 
sodas to students during freshmen 
Orientation. ■Hk 



Taking a study break. Amy Morris, 
Angela Watson, and Elise Eustace 
return from their short venture to 
Sonic, 




STUDENT LIFE 






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OMECOMING 



Homecoming, as 
always, was a big 
success! Alumni, 
students, and 
friends joined to celebrate 
their memories at South- 
western and to create new 
ones. The celebration this 
year included Sing, the Pa- 
rade, alumni sports events, 



fraternity parties, and the 
Homecoming dance featur- 
ing Third Language. 

University Sing thrived 
both nights of the weekend. 
Zeta Tau Alpha's "Begin- 
ning the Tradition" won first 
place. Delta Delta Delta's 
"Little Freshman Annie" 
grabbed second and Pi 



Kappa Alpha stole third with 
"Cheers to 150 years". The 
PiKA's also won first in the 
Homecoming parade. 

It is always sad to see 
Homecoming pass so very 
quickly, however, one looks 
to future Homecomings with 
anticipation. 



"Let's study", says Katie Hamilton, 

but the rest of the Tri-Delts do not 
seem to agree during their act in 
Sing. 



8 • Student Life 




The Alpha Delta Pi's in their Rendi 
tion of Old S.U. 



The Zeta Tau Alphas take their 
winning bow after Saturday 
night's judging. 



Alumni, as well as undergrad- 
uates enjoy the Homecoming 
Picnic. 




Onlookers enjoy the Homecom- 
ing parade. 



Homecoming • 9 




TUDY? 



Study? Who 
really wants to 
study? 
Everyone has to 
do it a large amount of the 
time during the week but 
most would like to be doing 
something else, especially 
on the weekends! During the 



spring and fall months one 
can find people catching a 
few rays behind the dorms, 
or walking around the cam- 
pus. Year round, one ob- 
serves that most students 
experience "rolling" at least 
once or twice a semester. 
Some go into Austin to get 



away from the Commons 
food or to go to that evei 
popular spot, 6th Street. Nc 
matter what individuals like 
to do with their spare time, il 
eases the stress of that nas 
ty activity . . . STUDYING! 




These guys Grady Sikes and 
Robby Miller look thrilled about 
taking their placement exams. 




Bubbling over with excitement, 
Kim Massey prepares for pre-regis- 
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Relaxing in the pool, Shelby Holt, 
Diana Ashe, Stefanie Maurer, and 
Liza Harris enjoy the summertime 
weather while it lasts. 

One of the most distracting activi- 
ties at S.G. can be the telephone. 
Nisa Sharma looks like she is intri- 
gued by the conversation. 





Sitting comfortably in the ballroom, 
Prince Rahman crams for his next 
hour exam. 



Cycling across the campus, Faith 
Gay hopes desperately she won't be 
late for class. 



Study? • 11 




CTIVITIES 



Southwestern 
offers students 






many opportuni- 
ties to participate 
in and benefit from an array 
of activities. Many groups 
such as Ebony, Onion Pro- 
gram Council, and the differ- 



ent fraternities have parties 
to which all the campus is 
invited. They provide the en- 
tertainment such as live 
bands or disc jockies. Some 
groups even invite come- 
dians and guest speakers to 
campus. 



The University sponsors 
symposiums, and series of 
lectures to enhance the 
learning experience as well. 
There are art exhibits and 
many speakers for specific 
classes that students may 
attend. 




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President of the University of Texas 
Student Body, Toni Luckett speaks 
about student activism. 



During Freshmen Orientation, 
freshmen really get to know one 
another as they play games that 
promote togetherness. 

During weightlifting, this studly 
hunk Jack Franklin has to wait as 
Tom Kirkpatrick shows that he can 
lift the most. 





After winning the first kickball 
game, Cathy Sanders, Julie 
Branch, DeeDee Thomas, Matt 
Heavner, Doston Bradley, Tracie 
Shelton, and Charles Ward do the 
high five. 



Two residence halls battle it down 
to the winner in a grueling game of 
volleyball. 



When Bertice Berry came as a 
guest to S.G., John Porter, Jason 
Miller, Jessica Hardeman, and An- 
drew Decker were allowed to pose 
as Tina Turner and company. 




Activities • 13 




RIENDS 



The friends one 
makes at South- 
western are the 
friends one will 
keep forever. The small uni- 
versity environment allows 
students to become familar 
with one another more easi- 
ly than if one attended a 
larger university. Professors 



and students are more on 
the level of personal friends 
instead of students being 
just a face in the crowd. Stu- 
dents make contacts in their 
residence halls their fresh- 
men year and spend time 
with them through activities 
planned by other residence 
assistants. Fraternities and 



sororities of Southwestern 
promote cooperation be 
tween themselves to estab 
lish true friendships that 
most will cherish the rest of 
their lives. 

Friends one makes at 
Southwestern are friends 
one can trust and treasure. 




"Speak no evil, see no evil, hear no 
evil," demonstrated by Glen Bra- 
den, Jeff lezzi, and Andrew Craft at 
the University of Osnabruck. 



14 • Student Life 




Prepared for a hot night on the 
town, Kelli Holloway, Julie Greig, 
and Margaret Reilly attend a pre- 
party beforehand. 



Sharing lunch in the Sub, Dave 
Newell and Andrew Walker discuss 
student life at S.CI. 



These two cuties Kris Olsta and 
June Chen show their pearly whites 
during a fun-filled meeting. 




"We know we are bad!" Brent 
Brown, John Fruge, and Philip Prit- 
chett make quite a trio. 



Friends • 15 




16 • Administration 




The all-knowing President Roy Shil- 
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President is headed by the President 
himself, Roy Shilling. 



The President's Assistant Francie 
Schroeder and Executive Secretary 
Norma Shaw. 




Office of the President 

Roy B. Shilling, Jr., BA, BD, MS, PhD President 

Francie Schroeder Administrative Assistant 

Norma Aguirre Shaw Senior Executive Secretary 

Office of the Dean of Students 

Roger A. Ballou, BA, MEd, PhD Dean of Students 

Christina K. Pickard Executive Secretary 

Jane M. Bost, BA, MS, PhD Director of Counseling Services 

Jacquelyn R. Goodman, BS, MS Director of Career Services 

Cheryl A.Gutman, BA, MA Assoc. Dean of Students/Dir. of Residence Life 

Sherry E. Guyton, BSN, RN Director of Health Services 

Dorita L. Hatchett, BBA Dir. of Student Activities and Summer Conferences 

Sharon A. Hehman Secretary 

Claire M. Monell Secretary 

David W. Newell, BS, MA Asst. Dir. of Residence Life 

Farley W. Snell, AB, MDiv, PhD University Chaplain 

G. Gregory Washington, BA, MA, Phd Dir. Multicultural Affairs 

Cal Zamecki, BA, JD Asst. Dir. of Residence Life 

Donald M. Caraway, Edward H. Klawunn, Victor R. Mahagan, James L. Trefftzs . . . Patrol 

Officers 

Paul Clpthegrove Chief of Police 

Carla D. Lowry, BS, MA, PhD Athletic Director 

Shirley L. Miller Staff Assitant 

Reda F. Clay, BA, MEd Basketball Coach 

James L. Mallon, BS, MS Baseball Coach 

Glada C. Munt, BS, MS Volleyball Coach 

Paul D. Peak, BA, MS Basketball Coach 

Susan Timourian, BS, MS Coordinator of Intramurals 



18 • President And Dean Of Students 




The Residence Life Director Sherry 
Gutman, Assistant Directors of 
Residence Life Dave Newell and 
Cal Zamecki, and Secretary Claire 
Monell. 



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Patrol Officers Donald Caraway 
and Edward Klawunn. 



The Director of Student Activities 
and Summer Conferences Dorita 
Hatchett. 








Director of Multicultural Affairs 
Gregory Washington and Secretary 
Claire Monell. 




Dean of Students Roger Ballou and 
his Executive Secretary Christina 
Pickard. 



Patrol Officers Victor Mahagan and 
James Trefftzs. 



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The Provost's Executive Secre 
taries Faye Johnson, Dorothy Se- 
cor, and Kathryn Buchhorn. 




The Provost and Dean of the Facul 
ty Michael Rosenthal. 



The Director of the Mood-Heritage 
Museum Judson Custer and Cura- 
tor Edmund Steelman. 



20 • Provost And Dean Of The Faculty 





The Registrar George Brightwell, 
Recorder Janice Hester, Senior- 
Secretary Kathleen Todd, and 
Clerk Charlotte Taylor. 



The A. Frank Smith, Jr. Library 
Center. 

Office of The Provost and Dean of the Faculty 

Michael R. Rosenthal, AB, MS, PhD Provost and Dean of Faculty 

Rosemary E. Feldmann Acting Asst. Dean for Academic Services 

Faye Graham Johnson Senior Executive Secretary 

Dorothy Giambrone Secor Executive Secretary 

Kathryn Morgan Buchhorn Executive Secretary 

Debbie L. Bean Senior Secretary, Faculty Search 

INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH 

William B. Jones, BA, BD, PhD Dir. of Institutional Research 

Janet Baxter-Hale Executive Secretary 

A. FRANK SMITH, JR. LIBRARY CENTER 

Lynne Brody, BA, MLS Director 

Norma Siviter Assadourian, BA, MSLS Head, Reference Services 

John E. Bigley, BA, MLS Head, Circulation Services 

Joanna Fountain, BA, MLS, PhD Head, Technical Services 

Deborah J. Kramer, BA, MLS Aquisition Librarian 

Therese Olson, BA, MSLS Cataloger 

Joan G. Parks, BS, MEd, MSLS Reference Librarian 

Amy McCullough, BS Interim Head, Periodical Services 

Katherine Lee Stone Asst. Cataloger/ Asst. in Archives 

Bobbie Fowler Sigala Senior Secretary 

Linda Collings Senior Clerk, Technical Services 

Theresa Drake Senior Clerk, Technical Services 

Susan Eason, BA Senior Clerk, Reference Services 

Debi Flummer, BA Clerk, Technical Services 

Jeanette Holliday Clerk, Circulation 

Kay Penrod Clerk, Circulation 

Peggy Radford Clerk, Circulation 

Helen Seeley Clerk, Periodicals 

Marlenia Smith-Brown, BA Clerk, Periodicals 

Sue Starkey Clerk, Exhibits, Special Collections 

MOOD-HERITAGE MUSEUM 

Judson S. Custer, BM, MM, EdD Director 

Edmund H. Steelman, BS, STB, STM, STD Curator 

REGISTRAR 

George A. Brightwell, Jr., BA, MBA Registrar 

Janice Ford Hester Recorder 

Kathleen Moore Todd Senior Secretary 

Charlotte G. Taylor, BS Clerk 



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The Vice President and Directors of 
Admissions. 




Office of the Dean of the School of Fine Arts 

Carole A. Lee, BA, MA, DMA Associate Dean 

Doris S. Proctor Executive Secretary 

Jessica Christie Schults, BA, MA Slide Librarian 

Stephen Wolf, BA Technical Director 

Office of the Vice President for Admissions 

John W. Lind, BA, MA Vice President for Admissions 

Emmalee Guthrie Hubble Executive Secretary 

Barbara Thiede Thomas, BS Senior Secretary 

Beverly J. Turner, BA Senior Secretary 

Karen Purdy Clerk 

Monty Curtis, BA Associate Director 

Adrienne L. Jones, BA Assistant Director 

James Gaeta, BBA Assistant Director 

Trudy Pewe Mohre, BA Associate Director 

Michael G. Rossman, BA Associate Director 

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID 

Sonje B. Johnson, BA Associate Director 

Debbie Sanderfer Executive Secretary 




22 • Fine Arts And Admissions 



The Executive Secretary Emmalee 
Hubble, Senior Secretaries Barbara 
Thomas and Beverly Turner, and 
Clerk Karen Purdy of the Admis- 
sions Office. 




The Associate Director Sonje John- 
son and Executive Secretary Deb- 
bie Sanderfer of Scholarships and 
Financial Aid. 





The Associate Dean of Fine Arts 
Carole Lee. 



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son, Director of Accounting Betty 
Knauth, Executive Clerk Jan Pus- 
karich, Senior Clerks Eileen Ja- 
cobs, Wanda Minyard, Trella 
Smith, Dorothy Williams, and Clerk 
Carolyn Fagg. 



The Office of the Vice President for 
Development. 



The Director of Human Resources 
Alan Avellar, Personal Assistant 
Leona Morris, and Executive Secre- 
tary Debbie Bean. 




The Administrative Computing De- 
partment. 



24 • Development, University Relations, And Fiscal Affairs 




The Office of the Vice President for 
University Relations. 



The Vice President for Fiscal Af- 
fairs Daniel Bryant and Senior Ex- 
ecutive Secretary Dianne Sprock. 




Office of the Vice President for Development 

Richard B. Eason, BA Vice President for Development 

John M. Hooker, BA, M Dir. of Major Gifts and Planned Giving 

Gwendolyn B. Scott, BA Director of Annual Giving 

Laureen R. Born, BA, MPA Director of Donor Information 

Diana Gode Asst. to Director of Annual Giving 

Carol Champion Executive Clerk 

Bobbie McDonald Senior Executive Secretary 

Jo Robinson, AA Executive Secretary 

Ann Stout Senior Clerk 

Office of the Vice President for University Relations 

Marilyn P. Molitorisz, BA, MA Vice Pres. for Univ. Relations 

Ken Williams, BA, MA ...... .Assoc. Vice Pres. for Univ. Relations 

and Director of Alumni Relations 

Sharon Rowley Turman, BLS Director of University Events 

Dan Yoxall, BA, BB Director of Publications 

Jan Hughes Nowlin Manager of Constituent Information 

LaMarriol Smith, BS Editorial Assistant 

Vickie Chapman-Crook, BS Executive Secretary 

Debbie Davis Alumni Office Assistant 

Kay Patterson Senior Clerk 

Office of the Vice President for Fiscal Affairs 

Daniel Bryant, BS, MA Vice President for Fiscal Affairs 

Dianne Sprock Senior Executive Secretary 

BUSINESS OFFICE 

Richard L. Anderson, BBA, CPA Comptroller 

Betty Guess Knauth Director of Accounting 

Jan Jordan Puskarich Executive Clerk 

Eileen Taylor Jacobs Senior Clerk 

Wanda A. Minyard Senior Clerk 

Trella Morgan Smith Senior Clerk 

Dorothy Machacek Williams Senior Clerk 

Carolyn H. Fagg , Clerk 

HUMAN RESOURCES 

Alan Avellar, MEd Director of Human Resources 

Leona Morris Personal Assistant 

Debbie Bean Executive Secretary 

ADMINISTRATIVE COMPUTING 

Harold D. Eidson, Jr, BS, MA . . .Dir. of Admin. Computer Services 

Robert C. Radford Operator/ Programmer 

Robert J. Bielss, AAS Programmer/ Analyst 

Barbara Valentour Executive Clerk 



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The staff members of the Clniversi 
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Intriguing Dr. Ellsworth Peterson 
plays his masterful compositions 
on the organ. 



Teaching his class of the lifestyle of 
Indonesia, Dr. Ed Kain dresses as a 
peasant male. 




28 • Faculty 




kWith a certain flare, Dr. Glen 
McClish entertains the Homecom- 
ing Sing audience as the Master of 

Ceremonies. 








Dr. Juan Torres-Pou explains a 
Spanish composition to one of his 
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John Bigley, BA, MLS 

Head, Circulation Services 

with rank of Assistant 

Professor 

Thomas Blackburn, AB, MA, 

PhD 

Assistant Professor of Religion 

and Philosophy 



Maria Bohm, BA, MA 

Instructor of Foreign 

Languages 

Glenda Carl, BA, MA, PhD 

Assistant Professor of Foreign 

Languages 



Nancy Crocker, BA, MA 

Instructor of Religion and 

Philosophy 

Weldon Crowley, BA, MDiv, 

MA, PhD 

Professor of History 

Chair of the Division of 

Humanities 




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Jan Dawson, AB, MA, PhD 
Associate Professor and Chair 

of the Department of 

History 
John Delaney, BS, MA, PhD 
Assistant Professor of 

Economics and Business 

Administration 



Melissa Dietz, BBA, JD 
Instructor of Economics and 

Business Administration 
Philip Donley, BA, MA 

Instructor of Foreign 
Languages 



David Gaines, BA, MA, PhD 
Assistant Professor and Chair 

of the Department of 

English 
Florence Gould, BA, MA, PhD 
Associate Professor and Chair 

of the Department of 

Political Science 



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Halford Haskell, BA, MA, PhD 

Associate Professor and Chair 

of the Department of 

Foreign Languages 

Fred Hilgeman, BA, PhD 

Professor of Chemistry 



Dan Hilliard, BA, MA, PhD 

Associate Professor and Chair 

of Department of Sociology 

Chair of the Division of Social 

Sciences 

James Hunt, BS, MEd, EdD 

Assistant Professor of 

Education 



Horace Jacob, BA, LT, MEd, 
MS, PhD 
Associate Professor of Biology 
Felecia Johnson, BA, MA 

Instructor of Music 




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Sharon Johnson, BA, MEd, 

PhD 

Associate Professor of 

Education 

William Jones, BA, BD, PhD 

Professor of History 



Edward Kain, BA, PhD 

Associate Professor of 

Sociology 

Edwin Lansford, BA, MA, PhD 

Professor of Biochemistry 



Scott Layton, BA, ThM, PhD 
Assistant Professor of Religion 
and Philosophy 
Louis Lightsey, BA, MA 
Instructor of Mathematics and 
Computer Science 



Faculty • 33 



Carla Lowry, BS, MA, PhD 

Professor and Chair of the 

Department of Kinesiology 

Marvin McClendon, BA, MA, 

PhD 

Assistant Professor of 

Mathematics and Computer 

Science 



Glen McClish, BA, MA, PhD 

Assistant Professor of Theatre 

and Communication 

Jacqueline Muir-Broaddus, 

BA, MA, PhD 

Assistant Professor of 

Psychology and Education 



George Nelson, BMEd, MMus, 

DMA 

Professor and Chair of the 

Department of Music 

William O'Brien, BS, PhD 

Assistant Professor of Physics 




34 • Faculty 




Gulnar Rawji, BS, PhD 

Assistant Professor of 

Chemistry 

Gary Richter, BA, MS, PhD 

Associate Professor of 

Mathematics and Computer 

Science 



Sonia Riquelme, MA, PhD 

Assistant Professor of Foreign 

Languages 

Robert Roeder, BS, MS, PhD 

Professor and Chair of the 

Department of Physics 



Robin Schraft, BA, MA, PhD 

Assistant Professor of Theatre 
and Communication 
Raymond Schroeder, BM, MM 
Assistant Professor of Music 



Faculty • 35 



John Score, BA, BD, PhD 

Professor of Religion and 
Philosophy 

Fred Sellers, BA, MBA, PhD 
Associate Professor of 
Economics and Business 
Administration 



Therese Shelton, BS, MS, PhD 
Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics and 
Computer Science 

Kenneth Sheppard, BM, 

MMEd, PhD 
Associate Professor of Music 



Nick Sikes, BS, MNS, PhD 
Associate Professor and Chair 
of the Department of 
Education 

William Smith, BA, MBA, PhD 
Assistant Professor of 
Economics and Business 
Administration 




36 • Faculty 




Farley Snell, AB, MDiv, PhD 
Professor and Chair of the 

Department of Religion 

and Philosophy 

Robert Soulen, BA, PhD 

Professor and Chair of the 

Department of Chemistry 




Norman Spellmann, BA, BD, 
PhD 

Professor of Religion and 
Philosophy 

Juan Torres-Pou, BA, MA, 
PhD 

Assistant Professor of Foreign 
Languages 




Victoria Varner, BS, MA, MFA 
Assistant Professor of Art 

Mary Ann Visser, BAE, MFA 
Assistant Professor of Art 



Faculty • 37 




38 • Students 




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At an Ann Richards rally, Kevin 
Franta, Chance Johnson, Joe 
James, and Kim Crowder take a 
quick picture with the candidate. 



STUDENTS 



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Judith Albright 

Elem. Education 



Erin Allen 

Psychology 

Leslie Armsworth 

Sociology 

Jana Aronson 

Elem. Education 



Diana Ashe 

English 

Traci Astolfo 

Elem. Education 

Martha Atkins 

Psychology 

Pema Baca 

Sociology 

Jan Bailes 

Elem. Education 

Roxanne Barnes 

Internat'l Studies 

Fred Barrera 

History 

Vicki Bartholomew 

Political Science 




Tammy Bland 

Psychology 

Rebecca Borjas 

Political Science 

Glen Braden 

Accounting 



40 • Seniors 



Kelli Bremer 

Psychology 
Jon Brinkley 

Political Science 




Darren Britt 

American Studies 
Enrique Brockmann 
Computer Science 
Scott Burkey 

Biology 




Susan Busch 
Music Education 
James Campbell 
History 

Ramiro Canales 
lnternat'1 Studies 
John Carpenter 
Business 
June Chen 
Chemistry 
Yaravi Chhith 
Chemistry 
Craig Choate 
Political Science 
Laura Choate 
Psychology 



Misty Clay 
Education 

Guillermo Cockrum 
Math and Economics 
Candace Coen 
Communication 



Stuart Colburn 

Accounting 
Catherine Conerly 
Psychology 
Laura Cordes 

History 






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Robert Crangle 

Economics 

Amy Cutrer 

Elem. Education 

Joan Danielson 

Art 



Vanessa Davis 

History 

Harland DeWitt 

American Studies 

David Dickie 

Economics 

Trisha Dipprey 

Biology 

Doug Dixon 

History/Secondary Ed 

Lisa Dreishmire 

Psychology 

Catherine Earles 

Chemistry/ Biology 

Traci Elliott 

Psychology 




Sarah Espinoza 

Music Education 

Heidi Feigenbaum 

Psychology 

Diane Finley 

Elem. Education 



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Sullivan Fitzgerald 

Biology 

Mike Frontz 

Chemistry 

Cathy Fuller 

Biology 




Dani Gazarek 

Business 

Dan Goodwin 

Business Admin. 

Karen Gratke 

Elem. Education 

Denise Greenlees 

Business 

Sarah Greenwood 

Biology and English 

Keith Guehring 

Art 

Nina Gunther 

English 

Ann Guy 

Business 



Sheryl Hardt 

Mathematics 
Liza Harris 
Business 
Tina Hebert 

Computer Science 



Janet Henderson 

Accounting and Math 
Catherine Hendren 
Political Science 



Students • 43 



Jill Jones 

Internat'l Studies 

Lori Jones 

Psychology 

Gay Keilman 

Chemistry/ Business 

Melissa Kwan 

Elem. Education 

Erik Larson 

Political Science 

Dayna Laster 

Business 

Melinda Lee 

Theatre 

Christine Leonard 

Sociology 



Wanda Hermes 

Business 

Shelby Holt 

Biology 

Roberta Hudspeth 

Theatre 



Laurie Husmann 

Communication 

Jeff Iezzi 

Philosophy 

Carolyn Jones 

Business 




Monica Letts 

Internat'l Studies 

Clinton Lively 

Philosophy 

Patricia Loughran 

Chemistry and Biology 



Laura Ludwig 

Communication 

Gustavo Luna 

Business 

Margarita Maldonado 

Biology 



44 • Seniors 





Brigid Malek 

Theatre 

Alina Masferrer 

Business 

Matthew Mayhew 

Biology 



Molly McKee 

Psychology 
Craig McKinney 
English/ Sociology 
Marcellous McZeal 

Business Admin. 



Karen Meyer 
Business 
Melissa Miller 
Theatre and English 
Todd Mantz 
Business 
Sarah Moore 
History 

Gavin Morgan 
Sociology 
Sheralyn Mott 
Chemistry 
Maryanne Navickas 
Vocal Performance 
Phuong Nguyen 
Accounting 



Tivy Nobles 

Business 
Kim Novak 
Psychology 
Lamar Ozley 

Business 



Xochitl Paredes 

Art Administration 
Karen Parrish 
Elem. Education 
Samara Paysse 
English 



Students • 45 



David Pigg 

Kinesiology 

Angela Pinson 

German 

Renee Preiss 

Political Science 



Stephen Prince 

Chemistry 

Carol Reeh-Machicek 

Accounting 

Sandra Romero 

Psychology 



Barbara Rose 

Communication 

Laura Ruyen 

Chemistry/Biology 

Amy Russell 

Psychology 

Roderick Sanford 

English/Theatre 

Chad Schiffner 

Psychology 

Karen Schulze 

Biology 

Eric Schwegler 

Computer Sci./Chem. 

Brenten Seaks 

Communication 




Tracie Shelton 

Accounting 
Ellen Short 

Elem. Education 
Mike Smalley 

Political Science 



46 • Seniors 




Cynthia Smith 

Biology 
Melissa Smith 

Psychology 



Lee Ann Sommer 

Social Studies 
Cile Spelce 
Communication 
Ann Stephens 
History 




Brad Weselman 

Biology 
Troy West 
Accounting 
Coulson Widney 

Business 



Damon Withrow 

Political Science 
Carol Woodall 

Internat'l Studies 



Buffy Taylor 

Elem. Education 

Andrew Thompson 

Economics 

Paul Traeger 

Business 

Laura Grquidi 

Economics/ Spanish 

Wesley Warren 

Business 

Kristy Waterman 

Accounting 

Deanna Welborn 

Child Study 

Duana Welch 

Psychology 



Students • 47 



,**» , B •' 4* i 



Adwoa Aduonum, SO 

Biology 
Amy Agee, SO 

Accounting 



Susan Akers, FR 
Child Study 
Jennifer Allen, FR 
Psychology 
Beth Allison, JR 
Accounting 
Linda Altamirano, FR 
Psychology 
Jason Ammon, FR 
Chemistry 



Jill Anderson, JR 

Psychology 
Ron Anderson, JR 
History 
Anthony Apollo, SO 

Biology 
Judy Archibald, SO 
Political Science 
George Armendariz, SO 
Biology 



Janie Arwine, SO 

Business 
Rob Askew, FR 
Undecided 
Maria Avalos, FR 
Psychology 
Laura Ann Ayers, FR 
American Studies 



Randy Bailey, JR 

Accounting 
Brooke Baker, SO 
International Studies 
Ignacio Barbero, JR 
Economics 
Mike Barrows, SO 
Undecided 



These three young gentlemen, 
Mike Gebbie, Jon Porter, and Da- 
vid Robinson await their escorts in 
Mabee Lobby. 




Taking a short break from the dance- 
floor, Loyd Williams, Dawn Korri, 
Brent Brown, and Mamie Foster seem 
to be enjoying the party. 



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48 • Underclassmen 




Benjamin Bash, FR 

Political Science 
Margaret Baudot, FR 

Political Science 
Kimberly Bell, FR 

Undecided 
Rick Bell, FR 

Business 
Damion Benjamin, FR 

English/ Communication 



Sophie Bertrand, FR 

Undecided 
Christin Biggers, FR 

Biology 
Vic Biggerstaff, JR 

Economics 
Heather Bishop, FR 

Biology 
Martha Blackwell, FR 

Political Science 



Mathew Blair, FR 

Undecided 
Laura Bledsoe, SO 

Psychology 
Paige Bonner, JR 

Spanish/History 
Adam Bork, JR 

Art 
George Boudreau, JR 

History 



Konrad Bouffard, SO 

International Studies 
William Bowman, JR 

Political Science 
Eric Boyt, JR 

Accounting 
Tammy Braden, SO 

Business 
Doston Bradley, JR 

Accounting 



Hiawatha Bradley, JR 

Communication 
Julie Branch, JR 

Biology 



Julie Brock, SO 

Nursing 
Pebble Brockette, JR 

Biology 



Students • 49 



Heather Brogan, FR 

Biology 
Cara Broussard, FR 

Biology 
Joseph Browder, JR 
English 
Brigette Browning, FR 

Business 
William Browning, SO 
Biology 



Susan Brummett, JR 

Business 
Catherine Brush, FR 
International Studies 
Michele Bryant, FR 

Undecided 
Melanie Bryce, FR 
Economics/ 
Communication 
Sara Buckner, FR 
Business 

Gwen Buhr, FR 
Biology 
Noelle Burch, SO 

English 
Glenn Burrow, SO 
Accounting 
Christopher Cadle, FR 

Undecided 
Dorothy Caldwell, JR 
Theatre 



Todd Calvert, FR 
Undecided 
Ann Cantu, FR 
Undecided 
Suzanne Capps, JR 
Education 
Alexandra Cardenas, FR 
International Studies 
John Carlson, JR 
Theatre 



Kay Carpenter, JR 
Child Study 
Tamika Carr, FR 
Computer Science 
Meghan Carroll, JR 
Special Education 
Christina Carter, JR 
Biology 
Heather Carter, FR 
Music 



Marissa Castanon, FR 

Theatre/ Communication 

Angie Castro, SO 
Accounting 



50 • Underclassmen 




Christine Caunter, SO 

English 
Janie Chavarria, SO 

Accounting 




Jeff Cookston, JR 

Psychology 
Kevin Cooper, FR 

Psychology 
Catherine Corovessis 

FR — Chemistry 
Christina Corovessis 

SO-Elementary Education 
Michael Costa, JR 

Business 



Jennifer Covington, SO 

Computer Science 
Nicole Cowan, JR 

Theatre 
Lauren Cox, SO 

Music Education 
Scott Cox, JR 

Theatre Arts 
Joey Cravens, FR 

Biology 



Susan Crawford, FR 
Computer Science 

Cindy Creekmore, FR 
Psychology 

Jason Crouch, JR 
Business 



Student • 51 



Kim Crowder, JR 

Communication 
Jessica Cuevas, SO 

Political Science 
Lon Ann Culver, SO 
Business 



Jarret Cummings, JR 
Philosophy 
Jared Curless, FR 
Biology 
Michelle Dameron, SO 
Elementary Education 



Price Daniell, FR 
International Studies 
Kimberly Darden, FR 
Accounting 
Anya Darrow, SO 

Philosophy 
Kristen Davis, SO 
International Studies 
Kenneth Dawes, FR 
Kinesiology 



Michael DeGuzman 

Chemistry 
Marissa DeLeon 
Education 
Selena DeLaGarza, FR 
Undecided 
David Delnero, SO 
Accounting 
Bjorn Demander, FR 
International Studies 



Christina Diaz, SO 

Communication 
Liliana Diaz, SO 

Biology 



Tom Donovan, SO 

Undecided 
Jennifer Doyle JR 

Communication 




52 • Underclassmen 



The fall Wilderness and Camping 
Class on their adventure of En- 
chanted Rock. 



, 



These smiling Freshmen are Marissa 
Zapata, Kevin Cooper, Emily Werlein, 
and Jason Pierce. 




Jim Doyle, JR 

Economics/ 
Communication 
Madeline Dunkum, SO 

Business/ Mathematics 



Jeffrey Durbin 

Business 
John Eagle, JR 

Accounting 
Jeff Easley, JR 

Business 
Margaret Edges, JR 

Sociology 
Tara Edwards, FR 

Biology 



Keith Ellis, FR 

Chemistry 
Rosa Escobar, JR 

Undecided 
Michelle Espinosa, JR 

History/Spanish 
Kimberly Essary, JR 

Sociology 
Jud Estes, SO 

Undecided 



Elise Eustace, FR 

Business 
Tracy Evans, SO 

Business 
Jennifer Fangue, FR 

Political Science 
Michelle Fasti, FR 

Art 
Tracy Ferguson, SO 

Business/ Communication 



Candace Finan, JR 

Mathematics 
Cadie Fisher, SO 
Education/ History 



Troy West, Allison Fontenot, and 
Eric Boyt smile to show off their 
:ute dimples! 



Students • 53 



Deborah Fisher, SO 
Biology 
Moses Fisher, JR 
Business 
Cynthia Flores, FR 
Foreign Language 
Lisa Flore, FR 
Music 
Lorella Flores, SO 
Undecided 



Allison Fontenot, SO 

Political Science 

Thomas Foster, FR 

Political Science 

Hillary Freytag, FR 

Psychology 
Michael Fuller, SO 
Communication 
Sandra Galindo, FR 
Accounting 



Craig Garrett, JR 
Music 
Debbie Gasser, SO 

Undecided 
Stacie Gensler, FR 

Psychology 
Carrie George, SO 

Psychology 
Michelle Gold, FR 
Undecided 



Caroline Gonzalez, SO 
Economics 
Alison Goolsby, SO 
Spanish 
Alicia Gordon, SO 
Computer Science 
Ashley Gorham, JR 

History 
Heather Goynes, JR 
Spanish 



Ginny Graham, JR 
Chemistry 
Lea Graham, FR 
Music 
Jeffery Greathouse, JR 
Chemistry 



Julie Greig, SO 

International Studies 
David Gritzmacher, FR 
Mathematics 
Nancy Hageland, JR 
Business/ Economics 



54 • Underclassmen 





Gregg Hallman, SO 

Biology 

Trevor Hallstein, FR 

Spanish/Music 

Regan Hardin, FR 

Business 

Deidra Harrell, FR 

International Studies 

Jennifer Harris, FR 

Philosophy 



Bonnie Havron, JR 

English 

Carter Hay, SO 

Economics 

Jennifer Heller, SO 

Undecided 

Beth Herttenberger, JR 

Biology 

Susan Hiebert, JR 

Mathematics 



Elizabeth Hill, FR 

Accounting 

Wendi Hirsch, FR 

American Studies 

Craig Hobbs, SO 

Political Science 

Carmina Holguin, FR 

Biology 

Elizabeth Holland, JR 

International Studies 



Meme Holland, JR 

Mathematics 

Stephanie Holland, FR 

Psychology 

Brian Hollis, JR 

French 

Kelli Holloway, JR 

Communication 

Melissa Holt, JR 

Accounting 



Heather Honig, JR 

Psychology 

Jackie Hornbeck, FR 

Child Study 

Julie Horton, SO 

Music 

Laura House, FR 

Undecided 

Karen Hrdlicka, JR 

Economics 



Heather Hughes, FR 

Music 



These crazy students are Jeff Eas- 
ley, Suzanne Capps, David Dickie, 
and Brent Metschan. 



Students • 55 



These beauties are the residents of 
Second L.K. West. 



Heather Hull, FR 
Psychology 
Amanda Hunt, SO 

Biology 
Dana Hutchins, FR 
International Studies 
Laura Hutto, SO 
Political Science 
Elizabeth Imhoff, FR 
Sociology 



Jennifer Imle, FR 

History 
Alvin Jackson, FR 

Music 
Paula Jsckson, JR 
Economics 
Lisa Jacob, SO 
Biology 
Larry James, FR 
History 



Amy Jinks, JR 
Communication 
Andrea Johnson, SO 
Child Study 
Carrie Johnson, SO 

Communication 
Erica Johnson, SO 

Undecided 
Kristi Johnson, SO 
German 



56 • Underclassmen 





Robin Joynes, JR 

Psychology 
Claire Judkins, JR 

International Studies 
Hiroko Kanamori, JR 

Undecided 
Staci Kasper, SO 

Biology 
Vashti Kaufman, FR 

Undecided 



Sandra Kendell, SO 

Education 
Nancy Kent, SO 

Elementary Education 
Christine Kettle, SO 

Political Science 
Heather Kissinger, JR 

Business/ Music 
Amy Kizer, FR 

Psychology 



Mark Kolber, SO 

Communication 
John Kotarski, JR 

Political Science 
Charles Koutras, FR 

History/ Political Sci. 
Gary Kretzschmar, JR 

Accounting 
Darien Kubik, SO 

Theatre 



Kristin Kuykendall, JR 

Biology 
Marcus Kwan, FR 

Physics 
Anne-Marie Lacroix, FR 

Undecided 
Reynoldo Lara, FR 

Biology 
Brent Lawless, FR 

Pychology 



Jennifer Leduc, JR 

Sociology 
Jane Lee, FR 

Gndecided 
Shani Lemens, FR 

Philosophy 
Carrie Lemons, FR 

Elementary Education 
Christina Leone, FR 

Music 




These hallmates are Meredith 
Matthews, Jennie McGrath, 
Crystal Church, Robin Neas, 
and Laura McElroy. 



Students • 57 



Audrey Lim, JR 
Chemistry 
Robert Linhart, JR 

Music 



Chris Lipscombe, SO 
Undecided 
Pamela Lohec, JR 
Mathematics 
Catherine Lopez, FR 

Accounting 
Robert Machann, FR 
Political Science 
Jamieson MacKay, SO 
Sociology 



Gerald Marinik, FR 

Psychology 
Charles Marrs, FR 
Communication 
David Martin, FR 
Accounting 
Theresa Martin, SO 

Biology 
Bobby Martinez, FR 
Undecided 



Walter Martz, FR 

Undecided 
Kim Massey, FR 

Psychology 
Erica Mathre, SO 
Child Study 
Meredith Matthews, FR 
Education 
Stefanie Maurer, JR 
Elementary Education 



Chip May, JR 
Business 
Nathan McCarty, JR 
Sociology 
Raimund McClain, FR 
Political Science 
Erik McConathy, JR 
Math/Computer Science 
Nancy McCorpin, SO 
Sociology 



Jennifer Schmitz, Tammy Jordan, and 
Maria Avalos attend a surprise birth- 
day celebration. 



58 • Underclassmen 




Standing by The Rock, Billi Martin and 
Grace Espino hiked up to the sign be- 
hind the campus. 



Laura McElroy, 

Undecided 




FR 



Cara McGill, FR 

Psychology 
Dana McGilvray, FR 

Undecided 
Jennifer McGrath, FR 

Biology 
Stephen McHaney, FR 

Business 
Alison McKay, JR 

Biology 



Steven McKay, JR 

Computer Science 
Kevin McKinney, JR 

Communication 
Diana McQuillin, SO 

Political Science 
Tyler Mercer, SO 

History 
Michelle Meyer, FR 

Undecided 



Alexis Milam, JR 

Sociology 
Andy Miller, SO 

Sociology 
Kathy Miller, FR 

Education 
Jerri Minshew, JR 

Elementary Education 
Emmelina Mojica, SO 

Biology 



Fitz Moles, FR 

Undecided 
Liz Monkus, JR 

Philosophy 
Cassandra Moore, JR 

Mathematics 
Mark Moran, FR 

Biology 
Amy Morris, FR 

Communication 



Christopher Morris, JR 

Economics 
Elisabeth Meuller, SO 

International Studies 
Renee Mullins, SO 

Political Science 
Craig Mundhenk, JR 

Psychology 
Jennifer Murphy, FR 

Sociology 



Students • 59 



David Myers, FR 

Biology 
John Myers, SO 

Biology 
Robin Neas, FR 
Undecided 
Sarah Nelson, FR 
English 
Kellie Newcomer, FR 
Music 



Ha Nguyen, JR 
International Studies 
Trinh Nguyen, SO 
Biology 
Viet Nguyen, JR 
Biology 
Richard Nipps, SO 
Biology 
Brett Norbraten, SO 
Political Science 



Netta O'Neal, FR 
Communication 
Katie Oakes, FR 
Biology 
Kristine Olsta, JR 
Psychology 
Elizabeth Oltremari.FR 
Accounting 
Bruce Orr, FR 
Business 



Yvonne Ortiz, SO 

Psychology 
Steve Otillar, JR 
International Politics 
Julie Oxford, FR 
Psychology 
Marcia Pannabecker, FR 
Undecided 
Jamie Pasley, SO 
Political Science 



Neil Patterson, JR 

International St. /French 

Barry Patton, JR 
Computer Science 



Elizabeth Perkins, JR 
Women's Studies 
Laura Phillips, SO 

Elementary Education 



60 • Underclassmen 




Robin Weinburgh, Liz Monkus, and 
Mike Gebbie found a very interest- 
ing sculpture of the brilliant Ein- 
stein. 




Robert Phillips, SO 

Music Education 
Beth Pittman, JR 

Sociology 
Jason Pierce, FR 

Political Science 
Shawn Pipkin, FR 

Business/ Communication 
Christi Piatt, JR 

Child Study 



Lisa Plowman, SO 

English 
Laura Popko, FR 

Biology 
Alison Potter, FR 

Psychology 
Jon Porter, JR 

International Studies 
Matt Pouttu, SO 

Business 



Matthew Prasifka, SO 

Business 
Andrew Preece, FR 

Accounting 
Ann Preis, JR 

Business 
Lara Price, FR 

Psychology 
Paul Price, JR 

Chemistry 



Alexandre Raffey, FR 

Undecided 
Suzanne Ramsey, SO 

Classics 
Kim Ratliff, JR 

Accounting 
Becky Redland, SO 

Communication 
Shelley Reese, JR 

Sociology 



Margaret Reilly, JR 

Mathematics 
Cheryl Renker, FR 

Undecided 
Matt Ridings, FR 

Undecided 
David Robinson, JR 

Political Science 
Christina Rojo, FR 

Political Science 



Emily Rosser, FR 

History 



The Zeta fall pleges were Sarah 
Yarbrough, Mia Fairchild, Mary 
Monell, Bonnie Havron, Lorella Flo- 
res, and Heather Hart. 



Students • 61 



Jana Ruby, JR 
Psychology 
Erika Ruppel, FR 
Undecided 
Joshua Russell, JR 
Communication 
Stephanie Saldana, FR 
International Studies 
Allen Salerno, SO 
English 



Joey Sanchez, JR 
History 
Catherine Sanders, SO 
Political science 
Rachael Sandifer, JR 

Psychology 
Samuel Sandoval, JR 
History 
Kellye Saringer, FR 
Biology 



Greg Schepens, FR 

History/ Pol. Science 
Jennifer Schmitz, FR 
Business 
Frederic Seip, FR 
International Studies 
Helen Sharkey, SO 
Business 
Nisa Sharma, JR 
International Studies 



Steve Sharp, SO 
Psychology 
Carey Shockley, SO 

Psychology 
Rosemary Silva, JR 
Business 
Jeremy Sim, JR 
Engineering 
Kayla Simons, JR 
Elementary Education 



Spencer Skelley, JR 

Chinese 
Audrey Smith, SO 
International Studies 
Debbie Smith, FR 
Education 
Kevin Smith, JR 
Economics 
Lisa Smith, JR 
Accounting 



Enjoying a night at Snuffy's, Erin 
Coad, Tracy Traver, and Juli Ste- 
vens seem excited to get away from 
campus. 



62 • Underclassmen 





Scott Smith Alan, JR 

Biology 
Scott Andrew Smith, FR 

Psychology 
Angela Sparks, JR 

Psychology 
Alan Spencer, FR 

Accounting 
Kathryn Stanford, FR 

Psychology 



Donna Stein, SO 

Child Study 
Pete Stellman, FR 

Biology 
Todd Stephens, JR 

Business 
Juli Stevens, FR 

International Studies 
Ellen Stewart, SO 

Political Science 



Sheri Stice, JR 

Psychology 
Ashley Steigler, FR 

Biology 
Brandi Stippick, FR 

Undecided 
Catherine Stokes, FR 

Sociology 
John Styrsky, JR 

Biology 



Steven Sullivan, JR 

Business 
Aaron Sutton, FR 

Psychology 
Luke Swift. SO 

Engineering 
Stephanie Takas, FR 

Undecided 
Andrew Talk, JR 

Psychology 



Brian Hunt congratulates his kick- 
ball team, The Particle People. 



Students • 63 



Pamela Tamez, FR 

Biology 
Susanne Theoni, JR 

Biology 
Dionne Thomas, SO 

Undecided 
Alys Thompson, FR 
Undecided 
Spencer Thompson, FR 
Communication 



Verlinda Thompson, JR 

Psychology 
Holly Tiemann, FR 
Undecided 
Anita Tiff, SO 
Biology/Computer Science 

Eric Timm, SO 
International Studies 
Mandy Timm, SO 
Spanish 



Huyen Tran, SO 
Elementary Education 

Loan Tran, JR 
Biology 
Lolita Trevino, SO 
Undecided 
Terri Tubbs, SO 
Psychology 
Kathy Tyrrasch, FR 
Undecided 



Brent Urbach, SO 

Communication 
Amy Uselton, FR 
Child Study 
Laura Lee Utz, SO 
Art 
Mariano Va, SO 
Political Science 
Jason Van Donk, SO 
History 



64 • Underclassmen 




Julie Brown, Juli Stevens, Dawn 
Korri, Pebble Brockette, Shannon 
Sims, and Erin Coad enjoy them- 
selves at a bon fire. 

This blob of toilet paper is Chris 
Ladd. 




Madge Vasquez, FR 

International Studies 
Christi Villarreal, JR 

Political Science 
Ric Wade, JR 

Political Science 
Dana Wagner, JR 

Sociology 
Andrew Walker, FR 

Undecided 



Robert Wallis, FR 

Undecided 
Angela Watson, FR 

Undecided 
Stephanie Watson, FR 

Mathematics 
Mindi Weaver, SO 

English 
Jeannie Weddle, FR 

Art 



Robin Weinburgh, SO 

Psychology 
Valerie Weisskopf, FR 

Biology 
Michelle Weselman, SO 

Music Education 
Susanna Westbrook, FR 

Undecided 
Matthew Whellis, SO 

Accounting 



Shauna White, SO 

Accounting 
Daniel Wier, FR 

History 
Elizabeth Wildsmith, FR 

Undecided 
Christy Williams, FR 

International Studies 
Laura Williams, JR 

Elementary Education 



Leslie Williams, FR 

Music 
Heather Willoughby SO 

Elementary Education 
Mats Wirdfeldt, FR 

Business 
Michael Wolfe, JR 

Communication 
Xenia Wolff, SO 

Communication 



Scott Woods, SO 

Biology 
Leslie Wright, FR 

International Studies 
Jennifer Yeoman, FR 

Undecided 
Maria-Isabel Zapata, FR 

Biology 



Students • 65 




66 • Residence Life 








Some Resident Assistants and 
Sophomore Assistants, along with 
other staff members, take a break 

from the hectic New Student Orien- 
tation. JHMf 



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Division • 67 



Residence Life 



The Resident Assistants and 
Sophomore Assistants are part of 
the Southwestern Student Life 
Staff. The Director is Sherry Gut- 
man assisted by Cal Zamecki and 
Dave Newell. The Staff sponsors 
various activities for the residence 
halls throughout the year. 

The East Residence Hall Assis- 
tants in Kurth are Robin Joynes, 
Lisa Smith, and Carol Garcia. In 
L.K., Vanessa Davis, Traci Astolfo, 



Part of the Student Life Staff Juan Reaves, 
Tracy Richbourg, Lisa Smith, Lee Lie- 
decke, Mandy Timm, DeeDee Thomas, 
Cathy Fuller, Kelli Bremer, Jenna Heller, 
Carol Garcia, Martha Atkins, and Christi- 
na Corovessis. 



Martha Atkins, Kelli Bremer, Tracy 
Richbourg, and Neil Patterson. In 
McCullough, Sheri Stice. In Sneed, 
Jeni Gwinn. In Mabee, Lee Lie- 
decke, Suzanne Stahl, Cathy Fuller, 
Dave Robinson, Brian Hunt, and Ai- 
leen Oandasan. 

The East Residence Hall Sopho- 
more Assistants in Kurth are Sher- 
rin Roberts, Christina Corovessis, 
and Jenna Heller. In L.K., Angie 
Castro, DeeDee Thomas, Anya Dar- 



row, and Mandy Timm. 

The West Residence Hall Assi: 
tants in Herman Brown are Jir 
Doyle, Berto Saenz, and Ric Wade 
In Moody Shearn, Judy Albright 
Kathy Ellis, and Janet Henderso 
In Ruter, Scott Griscom, John E 
gle, and Scott Streitman. 

The West Residence Hall Sophc 
more Assistants in H.B. are Tuail 
Nguyen, Jon Porter, Matt Wheelis 
and Steve Alex. In Ruter, Gre< 
Rosner, Chris Maurer, Tom Mace| 
luso, Andrew Craft, and Jua 
Reaves. 




68 • Residence Life 



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The East Side Hall Staff 
R.A.'s (It to rt): Bottom row: 
Robin Joynes, Vanessa Da- 
vis, Brian Hunt, and Cal Za- 
mecki. Second row: Su- 
zanne Stahl, Aileen Oanda- 
san, Carol Garcia, Dave Rob- 
inson, Martha Atkins, Neil 
Patterson, and Jeni Gwinn. 
Third row: Tracy Richbourg, 
Lisa Smith, Lee Liedecke, 
Cathy Fuller, Traci Astolfo, 
Sheri Stice, and Kelli 
Bremer. 



At the Staff retreat, Kelli Bremer, Christi- 
na Corovessis, Carol Garcia, Martha At- 
kins, DeeDee Thomas, and Lee Liedecke 

take a nature walk. 




The East Side Hall Staff S.A.'s (It to rt): 
Anya Darrow, Jenna Heller, Christina Cor- 
ovessis, DeeDee Thomas, Sherrin Roberts, 
Angie Castro, and Mandy Timm. 



Residence Life • 69 



Residence Life 



The Residence Life staff in Sing 



70 • Residence Life 




The west side Residence Assistants 
and Sophomore Assistants. 



Tuan Nguyen and Jenna Heller at a 
residence hall mixer. 



Mandy Timm and Neil Patterson 

having a Rajun Cajun time at fall 
party. 




This stud of an RA is Robin 
Joynes. Kurth One is THE hall 
to live on, at least in her opinion! 




Martha Atkins and Kelli Bremer 

anxiously await the arrival of new 
freshmen students. 



In Sing, Robin Joynes as Ruter, 
Kelli Bremer as LK Hall, and Matt 
Wheelis as Moody Shearn, star in 
their spectacular performance. 



Residence Life • 71 




72 • Organizations 



Some Mask and Wig Players per 
form during "A Runner Stumbles." 




ORGANIZATIONS 








Division • 73 



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Literary Magazine 

Megaphone 

Sou'Wester 



The Sou'Wester is the South- 
western yearbook. It is a pictorial 
record of the college year. The 
Editor is Kelli Alexis Holloway. 
The Staff includes Julie Greig, 
Juli Stevens and Jason Carver. 

The Megaphone is a weekly 
newspaper which seeks to pre- 
sent announcements of coming 
events, report the news of hap- 
penings in the different phases of 
University activity, furnish stu- 
dents and teachers a democratic 
medium of expression on Univer- 
sity problems, and provide stu- 
dents with an opportunity to ex- 
press their writing talent. The 
Editor is Sherrin Roberts. 

The Southwestern Literary 
Magazine offers students an op- 
portunity to publish their cre- 
ative endevors and to encourage 
students to be creative. The Edi- 
tor is Liz Monkus. 




The Megaphone Staff (It to rt) Bottom row: Diana Ashe, Kim Crowder, Cheri Woodhull, and 
Matt Johnson. Second row: Brooke Baker, Steve Mendenhall, Liza Harris and Monica 
Maldonado. 



74 • Organizations 



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The 1990-91 Sou'Wester Yearbook Edi- 
tor Kelli Holloway and staff member 
Julie Greig 




The Megaphone Editor Sherrin Roberts 
with staff member Brooke Baker. 



The Literary Magazine Staff John 
Fruge, Liz Monkus, Grant Smith, and 
Mike Gebbie. 



Publications • 75 



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Student Association 
Student Judiciary 
Union Program Council 



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The Student Association consists 
of all students currently enrolled at 
Southwestern and provides a forum 
for concerns and opinions. Officers: 
Humberto Saenz, Chair; Joyce Yar- 
brough, Secretary; Vanessa Davis, 
Lisa Jacob, Diana Ashe, and Trevor 
Hallstein, Steering Committee Ex- 
ecutive Board. 

The Student Judiciary is com- 
posed exclusively of students who 
hear all cases in violation of the 
Honor Code. Officers: Cathy Fuller, 
President; Karen Hrdlicka, Report- 
er; and Carter Hay, Secretary. 




Student Judiciary (left to right), Bottom row: Carter Hay, Karen Hrdlicka, Cathy Fuller, 
Nicole Cowan, Sheri Stice, and Lisa Jacob. Second row: Craig Garrett, Jeff Greathouse, 
Joey Sanchez, Gay Normand, Troy West, Lori Baur, Patricia Loughran, and Ellen Stewart. 



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Student Association (left to right): Vanessa Davis, Lisa Jacob, Cathy Fuller, Laura Urquidi, Julie 
Branch, Mike Frontz, Humberto Saenz, Angelyque Campbell, Trevor Hallstein, Christine Leonard, 
Tracie Shelton, Joyce Yarbrough, Christi Villarreal, Mandy Timm, and Stephanie Saldana. 




The Union Program Council mon- 
itors the affairs of the Union plus it 
is responsible for the programming 
of the Union activities. Officers: Ka- 
ren Gratke and Caroline Gonzalez, 
Co-Chairmen; Missy Smith, Secre- 
tary; Vernonica Rogers, Treasurer; 
and Mandy Timm, Student Affairs 
Council Representative. 




Onion Program Council (left to right), Bottom row: Vernonica Rogers, Tuan Nguyen, and Doug Dixon. Second row: Rob 
Darrah, Ellen Stewart, Elizabeth Holland, Karen Gratke, Dorita Hatchett, Perla Bermudez, Kris Howell, Kayla Simons, 
Annette Santana, and Missy Smith. Third row: Angie Castro, Caroline Gonzalez, Mandy Timm, Deidre Harrell, Joseph 
Browder, Patricia Loughran, Gary Kretzschmar, Gavin Morgan, and David Martin. 



Organizations • 77 



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Catholic Student Association pro- 
vides the opportunity for students 
to come together as a Christian 
community to study their faith, 
have social activities, and promote 
service to the community. 



Upward Bound (It to rt) Bottom row: Anita Tiff, Leslie Mahagan, Sandy Kendell, Heather 
Hughes. Second row: Laura Popko, Jennifer Covington, Mike Remus, Kim Essary, Kim 
Massey, Tina Leone. Third row: Rob Askew, Michelle Weselman, Laurie Husmann, Roxanne 
Barnes, Alison McKay, Leslie Williams. Fourth row: Helen Breaux, Julie Wilbur, Leslie 
Marsh, Erik McConathy, Lauren Cox, Dan Sweet. Fifth row: Scott Smith, Sheryl Hardt, 
John Biles, J.B. Smith, Mary Robbins. Sixth row: Charles Burchard. 



78 • Organizations 





MSM (It to rt) Bottom row: Tina Leone, 
Kathy Miller, Kim Massey, Martha Atkins, 
Sheri Stice, Tammy Jordan, Jill Ander- 
son. Second row: Rachael Sandifer, Jack- 
ie Hornbeck, Kathy Tyrrasch, Andrew 
Decker, Jason Miller, Shelley Reese. 



Methodist Student Movement is 
a new organiztion on campus. It is a 
group of students who study the 
Methodist faith and doctrine and 
share in new perspectives of Chris- 
tian ideals. 

Upward Bound is a local group 
open to anyone that is interested. It 
hopes to provide an atmosphere 
conducive to Christian fellowship 
and growth, with emphasis placed 
on the development of one's individ- 
ual relationship with Jesus Christ. 



Catholic Student Association (It to rt) Bottom row: Grace Espino, Maryshan- 
non Williams, Cathy Fuller, Phuong Nguyen. Second row: Brian Hunt, Long 
Tran, Holly Tiemann, Selena DeLaGarza, Angelyque Campbell, Cathy Deg- 
nan. Third row: Viet Nguyen, John Biles, Steve Alex, Amanda Hunt, Debbie 
Smith, Heather Hull, Pamela Tamez, Michelle Meyer, Sara Smith. Fourth row: 
Roxanne Barnes, Julie Otto, Ignacio Barbero, Fred Seip, Chris Casson, Laura 
Ludwig. 



Special Interest • 79 



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Progressiva Student Alliance 
Student Lobbying Association 
Young Democrats 



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PSA (It to rt) Bottom row: Jill Ford, Laura Cordes, Jon Akin, Laura 
(Jrquidi Second row: Jason Carver, Tom Blackburn, Kim Crowder, 
Jeff lezzi, Robin Weinburgh, Jordan Carswell. 



O.A.S.I.S.' purpose is to encourage a great- 
er intellectual growth in its members and to 
encourage a greater interest in sociology and 
sociological issues among the campus com- 
munity at large. 

PSA is a student organization concerned 
with promoting the awareness and discussion 
of topics concerning world peace. 

SLA is an organization that exists to pro- 
mote school spirit, enhance community/ 
school relations, and lobby for the needs of 
students. President is Christine Leonard. 

Young Democrats is an organization inter- 
ested in supporting candidates in local, state, 
and national elections. Brian Hunt is the 
President. 



80 • Organizations 




Young Democrats (It to rt) Bottom row: 
Christi Villarreal, Brian Hunt, Kevin Coo- 
per, Becky Borjas. Second row: Jesse Vil- 
lanueva, Jarret Cummings, Raimund 
McClain, Ellen Stewart, Laura Hutto, 
Brett Norbraten. Third row: Daniel McCar- 
ron, Michelle Espinosa, Claire Judkins, 
Ramiro Canales. 



OASIS (It to rt): Dan Hilliard, Leslie Arms- 
worth, Lorie Marrero, Gavinn Morgan, 
Craig McKinney, Gwen Neville, Christine 
Leonard, Kerinda Rice, Steve Perz, Dan 
Vera. 




SLA (It to rt): Cathy Sanders, Loan Tran, 
Craig McKinney, Christine Leonard, Alex- 
is Milam, Erik McConathy, Craig Hobbs. 



Special Interest • 81 



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Hispanic Awareness (left to right), Front row: Ramiro Canales, Vickie Bartholomew, Xochitl Paredes, 
Rachel Romero, Selena DeLaGarza, and Madge Vasquez. Second row: Christi Villarreal, Deidra Harrell, 
Sandra Galindo, Laura Clrquidi and Cindy Flores. Third row: Andrew Walker, James Rodriguez, Carmina 
Holguin, Brian Hollis, Michelle Espinosa, and Annabelle Ibanez. 



Ebony is designed for students in 
terested in African-American aware 
ness. Officers: President, Julie 
Branch; Vice President, Cathy Sand 
ers; Secretary, Angie Castro; Treasur 
er, Shauna White; Historian, Juan 
Reaves; Publicity, Dee Dee Thomas 
Senior Advisors, Tracie Shelton and 
Christine Leonard; and Faculty Advi 
sors, Martha Allen and Tom Black 
burn. 

Hispanic Awareness is an organiza 
tion designed to provide an under 
standing of Hispanic culture and ex 
periences and to share these exper 
iences with the University communi 

ty. 




Women In Communications 
(left to right): Amy Jinks, 
Shawn Pipkin, Lorie Marrero, 
Angelyque Campbell, Carrie 
Johnson, and Cile Spelce. 




82 • Special Interest 



International Club (left to right), Bottom row: Amy Price, Christy Williams, Jeremy Sim, Karyn Leseur, Jorge 
Macias, Anna Brown, Beth Bossart, Cindy Smith, Cindy Flores, Mariano Va, Vickie Bartholomew. Second row: 
Deidre Harrell, Azucena Coss, Jiwon Kim, Jane Lee, Guillermo Cockrum, Hiroko Kanamori, Becky Redland, 
Anne-Marie Lacroix, Audrey Lim, Maria Ludena, Neda Oren, Taylor Goss, Laura CJrquidi, Amanda Hunt, Sophie 
Bertrand, Alex Raffy, Barbara Kearley, Carmina Holguin, and Fred Seip. 





The Southwestern International 
Club promotes international aware- 
ness within the campus community. 
The President is Guillermo Cockrum. 

Women In Communications, Inc. is 
a professional communications orga- 
nization that promotes advancement 
of women in all forms of communica- 
tion, recognizes outstanding acheive- 
ment in communications, and ensures 
quality in all areas of the field. The 
President for 1990-91 is Angelyque 
Campbell. 



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Ebony (left to right), Bottom row: Tom Blackburn, Sandra Galindo, Julie Branch, 
Angie Castro, Cathy Sanders, Tamika Carr, Second row: Kenneth Dawes, Shawn 
Pipkin, Alvin Jackson, Angelyque Campbell, Juan Reaves, Shauna White, 
Heather Bishop, Greg Washington, Kim Bell, and Martha Allen. 



Organizations • 83 



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Equal Voice 

SHARP 

Student Foundation 
Students For Life 



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Equal Voice (left to right), Bottom row: Erica Mathre, Leslie Armsworth, Ha Nguyen, 
and Jennifer Doyle. Second row: Joe Strickland, Laura Cordes, Kim Crowder, 
Kristen Davis, Elisabeth Mueller, and Jill Ford. Third row: Mary Visser, Wendy 
Helburn, Rob Darrah, Jason Carver, Noelle Burch, Allison Fontenot, Beth Perkins, 
and Candace Finan. 




Alpha Phi Omega is a national service frater- 
nity. Officers: Liz Monkus, President; Robin 
Weinburgh, Exec. Vice President; Konrad Bouf- 
fard, Historian; Michelle Dameron, Recording 
Secretary; Jon Porter, Service Vice President; 
Laura (Jrquidi, Treasurer; and Kim Essary, 
Membership Vice President. 

Equal Voice for Women's Perspectives is an 
organization of students which supports the dis- 
cussion of contemporary issues in an atmo- 
sphere of open communication involving all in- 
terested members of the campus community. 



84 • Special Interest 




Student Foundation (left to right), Bottom row: Sel Unite, Janet 
Zamecki, Loan Tran, Brad Weselman, and Troy West. Second row: 
Roxanne Barnes, Lisa Jacob, Jana Aronson, and Cathy Degnan. 
Third row: Shannon Sims, Michelle Weselman, Cathy Fuller, and 
Craig McKinney. Fourth row: Christine Leonard, Brett Barrier, and 
Suzanne Stahl. Fifth row: Rob Phillips, Paul Sorajja, and Eric 
Timm. Top: Tuan Nguyen. 



APO (It to rt), Bottom row: Cal Zamecki, Tom Mahaffey, Mike Peck, Scott Smith, Viet Nguyen, Kelly 
Conrad, Laura CIrquidi, Anna Brown, Anita Tiff, Nancy McCorpin, Jennifer Murphy, and Monique Chavez 
Second row: Lisa Plowman, Erica Mathre, Jon Porter, Barbara Kearley, Janie Chavarria, Konrad Boufard, 
and Kim Essary. Third row: Adwoa Aduonum, Stephanie Watson, Audrey Lim, Amanda Hunt, Liz 
Monkus, Elisabeth Mueller, Nisa Sharma, and Wendy Streza. Fouth row: Michelle Dameron, Ricky Ochoa, 
Laura Choate, Craig Hobbs, Erik McConathy, Tuan Nguyen, Kevin Cooper, Walter Martz, Dan Sweet, 
Robin Weinburgh, Dave Newell, Karyn Leseur, Lorella Flores. Fifth row: John Fruge, Matt Ammerman, 
Jason Miller, and Mike Gardner. 




Students Helping the Admissions 
Recruitment Process is an organiza- 
tion sponsored by the Admissions Of- 
fice. Fred Barrera, Kayla Simons, and 
Joe Widner are the Coordinators. 

Student Foundation is selected 
group of students who are dedicated 
to the advancement of Southwestern 
through involvement in student re- 
cruitment, alumni activities and pub- 
lic relations. Officers: Brad Weselman, 
President; Janet Zamecki, Secretary; 
Shannon Sims, Cathy Fuller, Craig 
McKinney, Jana Aronson, Sel Unite, 
and Troy West are the Steering Com- 
mittee Members. 

Students for Life sponsor programs 
and discussions on contemporary ani- 
mal rights issues. Officers: Mindi 
Weaver, President, Erik McConathy, 
Secretary; and Jennifer Covington, 
Treasurer. 








SHARP (It to rt), Bottom row: Kayla Simons, 
Cathy Lopez, Vashti Kaufman, LauraAnn 
Ayers, Crystal Church, Jennifer Fangue 
George Armendariz, Brigette Browning, Mi 
chelle Bryant, Michelle Meyer, Erika Ruppel 
Laura Popko, Shani Lemens, Christy Wil 
liams, Amanda Hunt, Roxanne Barnes. Sec 
ond row: Steve Alex, David Martin, Chris Ca 
die, Michael Hurtado, Benjamin Elliott, San 
dra Galindo, Fred Barrera, Tuan Nguyen 
Steve Mendenhall, Stephanie Saldana, Jo 
seph Widner, Neil Patterson, Jennifer Wilson 
Raquel Romero. 



Students for Life (It to rt): Taylor Goss, 
Jennifer Covington, John Biles, Mindi 
Weaver, Jason Spivey, Heather 
Hughes. 



Organizations • 85 



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The University Cheerleaders sup- 
port Southwestern athletics and en- 
courage fan participation to build 
school spirit. The advisor is Dorita 
Hatchett and Head Cheerleader is 
Renee Young. 




SCJ Cheerleaders (It to rt) Bottom 
row: Maria Avalos. Second: 
Heather Willoughby, Renee Young, 
Eraka Childs. Third: Kim Darden, 
Margaret Baudat. 

These "Hot-to-Go" girls are Heather 
Willoughby and Maria Avalos. 




86 • Organizations 





Renee Young and Margaret Baudat 

screaming for the Number One 
team, the Bucs. 



Maria Avalos and Heather Wil- 
loughby encourage support for the 
basketball team. 



Special Interest • 87 



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Alpha Kappa Psi is a professional 
fraternity for students in the field of 
business. Officers: Glen Braden, 
President; Melissa Maurer, Vice 
President of Admissions; Mike 
Stone, Vice President of Pledges; 
Beth Pittman, Secretary; Randy Bai- 
ley, Treasurer; Paula Jackson, Mas- 
ter of Rituals; Heather Kissinger, 
Assistant V.P. of Pledges; Cari Wie- 
land, Historian; Beth Cobb, Mamber 
at Large; and Gay Keilman, Mem- 
ber at Large. 



Alpha Kcijppo H\ 
Art Association 
English Society 




Alpha Kappa Psi (left to right), Bottom row: Karen Hrdlicka, Angie Castro, Karen 
Gott, Liza Harris, Kristin Sumpter, and Helen Sharkey. Second row: Leonard Gie- 
secke, Caroline Gonzalez, Ashlie Simecek, Melissa Maurer, Gay Keilman, Lisa 
Dreishmire, Janie Chavarria, and Fred Sellers. Third row: Amy Agee, Reena Arya, 
Ann Preis, Alina Masferrer, Ransy Bailey, Beth Cobb, Karen Meyer, William Hou, 
Eric Boyt, John Delaney. Fourth row: Jerome Valentine, Kim Ratliff, Tammy Braden, 
Troy West, Laurie Ott, and Chip May 



88 • Departmental 



Art Association (left to right): Xochitl Paredes, Jennifer Linton, Laura Wilson, Au- 
tumn Paul, Brian Hollis, Chana Moses, Carrie George, and Star Varner. Elephants: 
Adam Bork, Liz Bartolomeo, and Janet Zamecki. 




Southwestern Art Association pro- 
motes interest in the visual arts and 
provides artistic growth for students 
of the arts. 

The English Society promotes inter- 
est in the study of the English Lan- 
guage. 




English Society (left to right), Bottom row: Sarah Nelson, Allen Salerno, Jennifer Argabright, 
Laura Cordes, John Akin, Samara Paysse, and Holly Tiemann. Second row: Shawn Brown, 
Joseph Strickland, Joel McLemore, Kelley Stephenson, and Greg Van Court. Third row: 
Christopher Chaput and Jason Carver. 



Organizations • 89 



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Classics Club 

Political Sctencs* Society 

Prelaw Association 



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The Prelaw Association is an asso- 
ciation of those students considering 
law as a career and planning to attend 
law school upon graduation. Officers 
President, Brian Hunt; Vice President 
Lisa Dreishmire; Secretary/Treasur 
er, Craig Hobbs; Director of Intern 
ship, Jason Pierce; Director of Admis 
sion, Valerie Huff; and Freshmen Re 
presentative, Ajay Thomas. 




Classics Club (left to right): John Akin, Kelly Sigler, Debra Flinn, Shelley 
Smith, David Moore, Lee Ann Sommer, and Leslie Goldsmith. 



90 • Departmental 



Prelaw Association (left to right), Bottom row: Raimund McClain, Ellen Stewart, Brian 
Hunt, and Lisa Dreishmire. Second row: Daniel McCarron, Laura Hutto, Brett Norbra- 
ten, Becky Borjas, and Mark Holmes. 




The Southwestern Classics Club 
promotes Classic awareness on the 
campus. The Advisor is Hal Haskell; 
President, Shelley Smith; Vice Presi- 
dent, Kelly Sigler; Secretary, Leslie 
Goldsmith; and Treasurer, Debra 
Flinn. 

The Political Science Society is 
composed of faculty and students 
who are interested in the field of politi- 
cal science. The President is Moon 
Tran. 



Political Science Society (left to right): Becky Borjas, Charles Koutras, Raimund McClain, Dave 
Robinson, Brett Norbraten, Moon Tran, Daniel McCarron, Ramiro Canales, and Jennifer Leduc. 



Organizations • 91 



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Pi Sigma Alpha 
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Psi Chi (left to right), Bottom row: Traci Elliott, Heidi Feigenbaum, Robin 
Joynes. Second row: Missy Smith, Kate Stephens, Heather Honig, An- 
drew Talk, Duana Welch, Kathy Ellis, Karen Helmers, Rob Reiner, Kris 
Howell, and Stephen Perz. 



Pi Delta Phi, the national French 
honor society, is open to all persons 
who meet the academic requirements 
of the society. Officers: Neil Patter- 
son, President; Brian Hollis, Vice Presi- 
dent; Carol Woodall, Recording Secre- 
tary; Kim Prewitt, Reporting Secre- 
tary; and Ha Nguyen, Treasurer. 



92 • Scholastic 



Pi Sigma Alpha (left to right): Damon Withrow, Michael Peck, Bohdy Hedgcock, Erik Larson, and John 
Dapper. 





Pi Sigma Alpha is an academic fra- 
ternity at Southwestern. The Presi- 
dent is Bohdy Hedgcock. 

Psi Chi is the national honorary psy- 
chology fraternity. Officers: Duana 
Welch, President; Heidi Feigenbaum, 
Secretary; and Molly McKee, Treasur- 
er. 



Pi Delta Phi (left to right), Bottom row: Charles Koutras, Kristin Davis, Brian 
Hollis, and Jill Ford. Second row: Anne-Marie LaCroix, Neil Patterson, Sophie 
Bertrand, Alexandre Raffy, and Amanda Hunt. Third row: Greg Dobbin, Carol 
Woodall, Ha Nguyen, and Kim Prewitt. 



Organizations • 93 



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Cardinal Kay 
Sigma Delta Pi 



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Alpha Chi is a national under- 
graduate scholarship society. Mem- 
bers are elected from among the 
top ten percent of the junior and 
senior classes. This group is respon- 
sible for the Dean's Reception. 

Cardinal Key is a national honor- 
ary leadership sorority for men and 
women. The President is Judy Al- 
bright. 

Sigma Delta Pi is the national 
Spanish Honor society. Monica 
Letts is the President and Sonia Ri- 
quelme is the Advisor. 




Sigma Delta Pi (left to right), Bottom row: Philip Donley, Cathy Hendren, Margaret Reilly, 
and Sonia Riquelme. Second row: Jill Jones, Paige Bonner, Monica Letts, Mandy Timm, and 
Juan Torres-Pou. 



94 • Scholastic 



Cardinal Key members: (It to rt) Bottom row: Maria Moore, Diana Ashe, Judy Albright. Second row: Cathy Fuller, 
Vanessa Davis, Laura (Jrquidi. Third row: Brent Seaks, Tim Smith, Joyce Yarbrough. Not pictured: Harland 
Dewitt. 




Alpha Chi (left to right): Catherine Conerly, Deborah Mahar, Erin Allen, Robin Joynes, 
Norman Spellman, Sheri Stice, Jill Jones, Molly McKee, Stephen Perz, Lana Neal, Gay 
Keilman, Paul Price, Karen Meyer, Dara Delamere, Laura Runyen, Joey Sanchez, Jamie 
Reeves, and Trina Earles. 



Organizations • 95 



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Accountants 
Philosophy Club 
Tomorrows Educators For All 

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The National Association of Ac- 
countants is a student affiliate of 
the Austin chapter of NAA. The 
group attends meetings in Austin 
once a month and invites guest 
speakers from the "Big 6" account- 
ing firms to Southwestern. Officers 
include: John Eagle, President; 
Beth Allison, Vice President; Secre- 
tary, Karen Gott; Finance, Janet 
Henderson; Membership, Ron Cho- 
vanec; and Project Managers, Mark 
Holmes and Karmen Thompson. 

The Philosophy Club balances 
and interprets ideas of philosophy 
in order to create their own. Their 
advisors are Nancy Crocker and 
Tom Blackburn. 




TEACH (left to right), Bottom row: Laura Williams, Jana Aronson, Melissa Kwan, Jusy Albright, 
Christi Piatt, Leigh Gard, and Christina Corovessis. Second row: Bruce Denham, Kay Carpenter, 
Carrie Lemons, Amy Clselton, Stefanie Maurer, Erica Mathre, Andrea Johnson, Jill Dennis, Kathy 
Miller, Jackie Hornbeck, and Debbie Smith. Third row: Meghan Carroll, Suzanne Capps, and Jim 
Hunt. 



96 • Departmental 



The Philosophy Club (left to right), Bottom row: Nancy Crocker, Jeff lezzi, Shani Lemens, Amy Kizer, Michelle 
Gold, Jason Miller, Anya Darrow, and Tom Blackburn. Second row: Dale Kent, Rob White, Jarret Cummings, 
Jason Miller, Leah Quin, and Chris Chaput. 




TEACH is an organization that al- 
lows students the opportunity to ex- 
plore teaching as a possible career 
by learning from the experience of 
classroom teachers and other 
professionals who speak at month- 
ly meetings. Officers: Christi Piatt, 
President; Christina Corovessis, 
Vice President; Amy CIselton, Secre- 
tary; Martha Fillmore, Treasurer; 
and Public Relations, Pebble Brock- 
ette and Susan Akers. 




NAA (left to right), Bottom row: Beth Allison, 
Tracie Shelton, Kristi Jackson, Kristi Water- 
man, and Ashlie Simecek. Second row: Gary 
Kretzschmar, Janet Henderson, Michael Hur- 
tado, Mark Holmes, Gary Dugan, and Scott 
Streitman. 



Organizations • 97 



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The University Chorale is an ac- 
complished concert choir which tours 
the state each spring and is open to all 
students through audition. The direc- 
tor is Kenneth Sheppard. 

The Company is a University musi- 
cal theatre group. They perform pub- 
licly at retirement homes and schools, 
as well as on campus. 

Delta Omicron is an international 
professional fraternity for students in 
the field of music. The advisor is Dr. 
Ellsworth Peterson. 

The Mask and Wig Players is the 
Southwestern University drama soci- 
ety, who present theatrical perfor- 
mances throughout the year. The ad- 
visor is Richard Hosalla and the Presi- 
dent is James Venhaus. 




The Mask and Wig Players (It to rt) Bottom row: Nicole Cowan, Darien Kubik, Dorothy 
Caldwell, Jennifer Griffin, John Akin, Missy DeLay, Lynne McCreary, Mike Sullivan, 
Brigid Malek, Leah Quin, James Venhaus, Cassandra Parker, Cindy Creekmore, Mark 
Carillo. Second row: Mike Stovall, Jonathan Pollei, Mark Thompson, Melissa Miller, 
Brenda Gray, Bobby Linhart, Don Stricklin. 



98 • Departmental 



The Chorale (left to right), Bottom row: Ann Meadows, Robin Neas, Michelle Weselman, Lauren Cox, Duana 
Welch, Kayla Simons, Cathy Degnan, and Kenneth Sheppard. Second row: Molly Tarkington, Amy Blades, 
Vashti Kaufman, Fred Seip, Lisa Flores, Susan Busch, Maryanne Navickas, and Tina Leone. Third row: Rob 
Phillips, Stephen Mendenhall, Geoff Carpenter, David Martin, Michael Hurtado, Bobby Linhart, and Laura Lee 
Cite. 




Delta Omicron (left to right), Bot- 
tom row: Jason Geistweidt, Lana 
Neal, Lauren Cox, Allison Kearney, 
and Kayla Simons. Second row: 
Craig Hobbs, Michael Hurtado, 
Rob Phillips, Michelle Weselman, 
Bobby Linhart, and Stephen Men- 
denhall. 




The Company (left to right):Leah 
Quin, Jason Phillips, Tracie Shel- 
ton, Jonathan Pollei, Scott Cox, 
Cindy Creekmore, Peter Hassinger, 
Amy Blake, Don Stricklin, Darien 
Kubik, Stacie Donnelly, and Bobby 
Linhart. 



Organizations • 99 




100 • Greek Life 










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The Phi Delta Theta's and their 
guests catch some morning rays 
during fall bid day. 










GREEK LIFE 




Division Page • 101 



PANHEIXENIC 
COUNCIL 



Panhellenic members (It to rt) Bottom row: 
Kelli Holloway, Memc Holland, and Jana 
Ruby. Second row: Samara Paysse, Laurie 
Ott, Dara Delamere, Trina Earles, and Beth 
Herttenberger. 



Women's Panhellenic Council is 
composed of two delegates from 
each sorority represented on cam- 
pus. Its purposes are to maintain on 
a high plane sorority life and inter- 
sorority relations; to cooperate with 
the administration of the University 
in the maintenance of high social 
and scholastic standards; to com- 
pile rules governing rushing, pledg- 
ing, and initiation; and to work to- 
gether to support the University 
and all its women students. 

Men's Interfrtatemity Council is 
the organization which is the gov- 
erning and legislative body for the 
four fraternities on campus. Mem- 
bership is composed of two mem- 
bers of each fraternity. Its purpose 
is to work together as Greek men on 
the campus for the improvement of 
the fraternity system at Southwest- 
ern. 




At fall party, Carter Hay, Katie McDowell, Sel 
Unite, Traci Astolfo, Debbie Maschal, and 
Steve Prince gather for a party pic. 




Team members for ADPi Laff Olympics were Jeff Spen- 
cer, Kim Novak, Steve Sullivan, Karen Bradshaw, Eric 
Boyt, Renee Preiss, Paige Bonner, and Melissa Torres. 



102 • Greeks 




Ashley Gorham, Cathy Hendren, Amy 
Cutrer, and Steve Otillar attend ADPi "Ra- 
gin Cajun". 



IFC members (It to rt) Bottom Row: Alex- 
ander Reilly, Julian Fertitta, Doug Moore, 
Scott Burkey, Joe Wilson, and Dave New- 
ell. Second row: Peter Gosslink, Steve 
McKay, Jeff Cookston, Carter Hay, and 
Thomas Mayo. 



The Panhellenic Council Advisor Sherry 
Gutman and Interfraternity Council Advi- 
sor Dave Newell always add life to the 
meetings they attend. 





These Laredo 1991 voyagers are Tracy 
Traver, John Dapper, Jessica Dupont, 
Scott Griscom, Tracy Richbourg, Scott 
Burkey, Lisa Smith, Shelby Holt, and Van 
Fitzgerald. 



INTER FRATERNITY 

COUNCIL 



IFC/Panhellenic • 103 



The Alpha Delta Pi national 
sorority was established on the 
Southwestern campus in 1907. 
The chapter contributes to the 
Georgetown community with 
their Adopt a Highway pro- 



gram, as well as the University 
community, and they donate 
money to their national philan- 
thropy, The Ronald McDonald 
House. The President for the 
1990-91 year is Jill Jones. 



On Bid Day, Gay Normand with 
ADPi spring pledge Lea Graham. 



ALPHA DELTA PI 



ADPi's (It to rt) Bottom row: Cathy Degnan, Laura Ludwig, Aimee Estepp, Amy Briscoe, Gay Normand, Allison Kearney, 
Dana Wagner, Jana Ruby, Kim Novak, Christine Kettle, Christina Corovessis, Cile Spelce, and Barbie Rose. Second 
row: Renee Preiss, Melissa Torres, Jana Aronson, Cathy Hendren, Leigh Gard, Carol Garcia, Maria Gil, Leslie 
Armsworth, Kristy Waterman, Julie Pritchet, and Christi Piatt. Third row: Susan Garza, Kelli Bremer, Susan Hiebert, 
Julie Verrett, Amy Cutrer, Brenda Gray, Cathy Hendren, Jill Jones, Diana McQuillan, Denise Lee, Jane Morris, Martha 
Fillmore, Lisa Abell, Sandra Cook, Erin Manning, Dara Delamere, Maria Moore, Cass VanWinkle, Laura Phillips, Kelly 
Whidbee, and Kathy Ellis. 






ADPi Spring Pledges (It to rt) Bot- 
tom row: Leslie Williams, Carrie 
Lemons, Trinh Nguyen, Jessica 
Cuevas, Devon Loeffler, Laura 
House, Lea Graham, Jennifer Imle 
Kathy Miller, and Kathy Tyrrasch 
Second row: Linda Altamirano 
Sara Buckner, Lolita Trevino, Sta 
cie Gensler, Brigette Browning 
Shani Lemens, Lisa Plowman, Hoi 
ly Tiemann, and Catherine Cor 
ovessis. Third row: Jackie Horn 
beck, Kim Massey, Kathy Zych 
Robin Neas, Maria Avalos, Jenny 
Schmitz, Heidi Schneider, Sheana 
Dempsey, Becky Redland, Tracy 
Ferguson, and Andrea Johnson. 




Jennifer Imle on Bid Day with her 
Pi Pal Christine Kettle. 



104 • Greeks 




Attending fall party, Jill Jones, Julie Verrett, 
Kelly Whidbee, Cass VanWinkle, Susan 
Garza, and Dara Delamere have a "roaring" 
time at Oktoberfest. 




Dressed for a night at the Toga party, 
Lolita Trevino, Maria Gil, and Jessica 
Cuevas sport the Greek look. 



These ADPi's Kathy Ellis. Shan- 
non Gill, Renee Preiss, and Bar- 
bie Rose are Rajun Cajuns at 
the Rabb House. 




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These smiling Pi's are Staci Kasper, 
Julie Brock, and Kate Eliassen. 



Alpha Delta Pi • 105 



These cuties Catherine 
Stokes, Erin Coad, and Juli 
Stevens. 



The Tri Deltas who attended the 
Kappa Alpha Champagne Party 
pose for a porch party pic. 





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DELTA DELTA DELTA 



The Delta Delta Delta national so- 
rority was established on the South- 
western campus in 191 1. Theta Ep- 
silon chapter members represent 
different factions of the campus 
and are involved in campus honor- 
aries and organizations. During the 
fall and spring semesters they raise 
money for their national philanthro- 
py, Children's Cancer Research. 
The chapter President is Shelby 
Holt. 

The DDD Advisor and Theta Epsi- 
Ion alumnus, Angela Salva, with 
Amy Jinks and Tracy Traver. 




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This cowgirl is Julie Brown making 
a definite fashion statement. 



The Tri Delts (It tort) Bottom row: Pebble Brockette, Lara McNelly, Madeline Dunkum, Casi Chamberlain, Katie Shull, Robyn 
Tangum, Paige Bonner, Julie Greig, Laura Bledsoe, Karen Gott, Leslie Ballenger, Ginger Gaines, Nicole Peffer, Katie Hamilton, 
Stephanie Swafford, Debbie Maschal, Traci Astolfo, and Cadie Fisher. Second row: Kelli Holloway, Emily Etie, Samara Paysse, 
Shelby Holt, Kim Prewitt, Liza Harria, Diana Ashe, Stefanie Maurer, Heather Goynes, Kelly Sigler, Maria Laid, Margaret Reilly, 
Melissa Cathcart, Janie Arwine. Heather Honig, Alayne Kulvicki, Kristi McCann, Suzanne Capps, Anthe Safos, Jenny Harper, 
Julie Brown, Kate Stephens, Katie McDowell, Beth Allison, Carey Shockley, Lisa Smith, Cullen Clark, Jessica Dupont, Tracy 
Traver, Catherine Conerly, Kimbra Boone, and Karmen Thompson. 



106 • Greeks 





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Before a Sing performance 
Jenny Harper, Katie Hamil- 
ton, Cadie Fisher, Julie 
Greig, Anthe Safos, and Tra- 
cy Traver relax in the re- 
hearsal hall. 



On an adventure in England, 
Stephanie Swafford, Ginger 
Gaines, and Alyssa Perz 
roam the countryside. 




The spring pledges (It to rt) Bottom 
row: Erika Ruppel, Cindy Creek- 
more, Susanna Westbrook. Second 
row: Regan Hardin, Elise Eustace 
Amy Jinks, Erin Coad, Brooke Ba 
ker, Allison Fontenot, Mamie Fos 
ter, Martha Blackwell. Third row 
Meghan Carroll, Netta O'Neal 
Amy (Jselton, Amy Morris, Juli 
Stevens. Fourth row: Heather Wil 
loughby, Roz Escober, Tammy Jor 
dan, Jennifer Allen, Melanie Bryce 
Jennifer Yoeman, Catherine 
Stokes, Marissa Zapata. Fifth row 
Emily Werlein, Angie Watson 
Joey Cravens. 



Attending a Pike mixer, Katie Ham- 
ilton, Katie McDowell, and Traci 
Astolfo gather to share some good 
"smack". 




Delta Delta Delta • 107 



The Delta Zeta's (It to rt) Bot- 
tom row: Cindy Smith, Chris 
Carter, Mindy Weaver, Jennifer 
Covington, and Shelley Reese. 
Second row: Ginny Graham, 
Jennifer Francis, Erin Allen, Ni- 
cole Cowan, Pema Baca, Mar- 
garet Soderholtz, Wendy 
Streza, and Meme Holland. 




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DELTA ZETA 



The Delta Zeta national sorority 
was established on the Southwest- 
ern University campus in 1946. The 
Gamma Zeta chapter promotes 
avid participation and acheivement 
on campus and strive to carry on 
the tradition of academic and social 
excellence. The President is Pema 
Baca. 



At fall party Pema Baca, Nicole 
Cowan, and Wendy Streza look like 
they have breathed too much heli- 
um. 




DZ buddies Shelley Reese and 
Meme Holland prepare to leave 
their meeting. 







108 • Greeks 



At Daring Disguises, 
Pema Baca, Shelley 
Reese, and Ginny Gra- 
ham pose for a Photo- 
tech. 




Enjoying the warm weather, Pema 
Baca, Chris Carter, Jennifer Fran- 
cis, Shelley Reese, and Ginny Gra- 
ham await their game. 



The Delta Zeta's participate in the 
University Homecoming Parade. 



Delta Zeta • 109 



Spring Pledges (It to rt) Bottom row: Marcia Pannabecker, Ashley Stiegler, Julianne Otto, 
Beth Oltremari, Margaret Baudat. Second row: Rebecca Dotts, Laura Lee tltz, Ellen Stewart. 
Third row: Amy McDaniel, Jennifer Fangue, Kellie Evilsizer, Lara Price, Jennie McGrath, 
Mary Gamel, Grace Espino, Lisa Jacob, Jennifer Wilson, Tonny Thomas. Fourth row: Lisa 
Kay, Crystal Church, Leslie Wright, Heather Bishop, Laura Ann Ayers, Cheri Woodhull, 
Melissa Burns, Jennifer Harris. 



At Apple Creek, Ann Preis, Tammy 
Bland, Mary Monell, Susan Brum- 
mett, Lorella Flores, Amy Blake, 
and Darien Kubik enjoy their ZTA 
dinner. 





ZETA TAU ALPHA 



The Zeta Tau Alpha national so- 
rority was established on the South- 
western campus in 1906. The 
Lamba chapter prides itself on hav- 
ing members that are in almost ev- 
ery facet of University life, such as 
honoraries, theatre groups, and or- 
ganizations. The chapter donates 
money to the Association for Re- 
tarded Citizens. The President for 
1990 is Jenny Morrison. 




110 • Greeks 



The ZTA's (It to rt) Bottom row: Beth Herttenberger, Pam Lohec, Jennifer Lott, Darien Kubik, Kim Long, Laurie Ott, Lori 
Jordan, Charesse John, Kristin Kennedy, Laura Clrquidi, Mia Fairchild, Susan Brummett, and Judy Albright. Second row: Nina 
Gunther, Sandy Brown, Sara Yarbrough, Kim Ratliff, Kyla Lawson, Dorothy Caldwell, Jenny Morrison, Cathy Aiton, Julie 
Leonard, Kris Olsta, Bonnie Havron, June Chen, Cathy Fuller, Dora Nemeth, and Brigid Malek. Third row: Ashlie Simecek, 
Tammy Bland. Heather Hart, Stacie Donnelley, Tracy Richbourg, Lorella Flores, Lori Baur, Ann Preis, Molly McKee, Heather 
Richardson, Monica Diaz, Maria Kruger, Suzanne Ramsey, and Lynne McCreary. 




Before the Zeta Serenade, Lori Jor- 
dan, Dana Davis, and Tracy Rich- 
bourg prepare to march across the 
campus. 



Beth Herttenbergerand Pam Lohec 
look like they are really enjoying 
their Monday night chapter meet- 
ing. 




Congratualting a new spring pledge, 
Brigid Malek and Darien Kubik 
slap a ZTA jersey on her. 



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Zeta's, Michelle Mitchell, Heather 
Richardson, Lori Jordan, and 
Chana Moses perform a skit for the 
rest of the chapter members. 



These cozy ZTAs are Candace 
Coen, Jennifer Lott, Jenny Morri- 
son, Julie Leonard, and Dora Ne- 
meth. 



Zeta Tau Alpha • 111 



Enthusiastic Christina Corovessis, 
Lee Liedecke, Angela Pinson, and 
Cathy Degnan are all smiles at the 
Rajun Cajun party. 




Alpha Delta Pi 
Delta Delta Delta 
Zeta Tan Alpha 



Delta Zeta 



These party-goers are (back) Troy West, 
Julie Brown, Paige Bonner, Kelli 
Holloway, Louis Bishop, Margaret Reilly, 
Kate Stephens, Lisa Smith, (frt) Jenny 
Harper, Beth Allison, Pebble Brockette, 
Heather Goynes, and Madeline Dunkum. 

These students were part of the London 
Semester Abroad program, Tim McGoni- 
gle, Chris Holland, Stephanie Swafford, 
Alyssa Perz, Erin Manning, Denise Lee, 
and Biff Brannon. 




112 • Greeks 




Participating in the Kappa Sigma Road Rally, Les 
lie Armsworth, Joe James, John Styrsky 
Chance Johnson, Steve Baldwin, Kim Novak 
Lee Boyle, Price Daniell, Cile Spelce, Jill Jones 
Laura Ludwig, and Greg Schepens. 




Having a grand time are Cass Van- 
Winkle, Chris Casson, Tom Kirk- 
patrick, Erica Johnson, Bryan 
Shockley, and Kelly Whidbee at the 
DDD Oktoberfest. 



Leslie Armsworth, Cile Spelce, Wil- 
ly Theoni, and Jill Miller party on 
the patio at the Sigma. 



Pi Kappa Alpha 

Phi Delta Theta 
Kappa Sigma 
Kappa Alpha 




These students, Tommy Muniz, Lisa 
Smith, Martha Blackewell, Cadie Fisher, 
Regan Hardin, Susanna Westbrook. Peb- 
ble Brockette, Emily Etie, and Aaron Ap- 
plebaum are headed for a night in the hot 
town of G'town. 



Greeks • 1 13 



Talented David Houston and 
Brad Carey show the K and A in 
sign language. 



Representing The Kappa Alpha Or- 
der at the Organization's Fair were 
Tony King, Mark Grafton, and 
Mark Holmes. 

KA's Wayne Marinik, Bruce Orr, 
Penn King, Will Browning, Dan 
Watkins, and Shawn Janes and the 
Rose Renee Preiss. 





These pledge brothers are Barry 
Broeckelmann and Kevin McMa- 
hon. 



At Champagne party, Tom Kirkpat- 
rick and Chris Casson are pleased 
to be having such a good time. 



Dan Fielder congratulates a new 
KA pledge, John Stephens, on Bid 
Day. 



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1 1 4 • Greeks 




The Spring Pledges (It to rt) Bottom row: Barron 
Casteel. Second row: Jared Curless, Rick Bell, 
Shawn Janes, and Wayne Marinik. Third row: 
Bruce Orr, Will Browning, Lowell McKelvey, and 
John Stephens. 




While in London, Fred Manar and 
Henry Stone enjoy a night in their 
room. 





The KAs (It to rt) Bottom row: Clark Gregg, David Dickie, Kevin McMahon, Troy West, Marc Ledet, Tom 
Macaluso, Chris Dinkel, David Houston, Alexander Reilly, Brent Hall, Penn King, Bill Alexander, Mike McGrath, 
and John Patton. Second row (sitting): Tony King, Mark Meza, Louis Bishop, Rob White, and Doug Moore. Third 
row: Andrew Thompson, John Santry, John Holmes, Dan Watkins, Julian Fertitta, Layng Guerriero, Jeff Easley, 
Mark Thompson, Darryl Allen, Robert Bryant, Brent Metschan, The Rose Renee Preiss, Bill Piotrowski, Mark 
Grafton, Stephen Deanda, Shannon Sims, Bryan Shockley, Tom Kirkpatrick, Chris Casson, Patrick Rork, and 
Mark Holmes. 

KAPPA ALPHA 



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The Kappa Alpha national frater- 
nity was established on the South- 
western campus in 1883. The Xi 
chapter prides itself in serving the 
campus community, as well as, 



donating money to the Muscular 
Distrophy Association. The Presi- 
dent for the 1990-91 year is Alex- 
ander Reilly. 



Southern gentlemen Penn King and Shan- 
non Sims enjoy a party at the House. 



Kappa Alpha • 1 15 



Sigma's Joseph Strickland, Hiawa- 
tha Bradley, Donnie Todd, Nathan 
McCarty, Keith Doeren, Moses 
Fisher, and Barry Patton organize 
themselves for Road Rally. 



Kevin McKinney and Jeff Cookston 

look proud with their fraternity tro- These Kappa Sig's await the arrival 
phy. of their fall pledge class. 



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John Kotarski seems thrilled to 
mow the lawn in front of the House. 



The Spring Pledges (It to rt): Kevin Franta, Joe James, Price Daniell, Jason 
Moore, Leroy Gatlin, Rob Askew, and Jason Conkright. 



116* Greeks 



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The Kappa Sigma's (It to rt) Bottom row: Willy Theoni, Tony Shafer, Scott Hanson, Tim Smith, Joseph Strickland, Will Bailey, Hiawatha Bradley, 
Scott Herlihy, Chris Williams, Dylan Wood, Mitch King, Joe Wilson, John Styrski, Nate Blakeslee, and John Wallace. Second row: Matt Nartz, 
Greg Schepens, Keith Doeren, Nate McCarty, Trey Gerfers, John Kotarski, Jeff Cookston, Mitch King, Moses Fisher, Chris Chaput, Scott 
McNinch, Lee Boyle, and Cole Widney. 



KAPPA SIGMA 




Singing their fraternity song, Moses Fisher, Barry Patton, 
Nathan McCarty, Lee Boyle, Jeff Cookston, and Dylan 
Wood toast the night away. 



The Kappa Sigma Fraternity was 
established on the Southwestern Uni- 
versity campus in 1886. The lota 
Chapter was the 27th chapter estab- 
lished in the U.S. The fraternity sup- 
ports Green Peace and sponsors chil- 
dren in less fortunate countries. 



Kappa Sigma • 1 17 



The Phi Delts (It to rt) Bottom row: Joe Whittenton, Anthony Apollo, Steve Sullivan, Phil VanBeek, David Delnero, George Armendariz, John Cogan, and Whit 
Kinslow. Second row: Van Fitzgerald, Scott Durkin, Bill Cohen, Andy Miller, Pat Lorenz, Scott Smith, Pete Allman, Dave Henley, Mike Sullivan, Mike Davis, Matt 
Ammerman, and Bohdy Hedgcock. Third row: Todd Anderson, Paul Traeger, Jamie Reeves, Bill Wolfle, Jay Whidbee, Todd Stephens, Jack Franklin, Steve 
McKay, Brian Thomason, John Doenges, John Forsberg, Hal Long, Matt Mayhew, Alan Hamilton, Chad Schiffner, Scott Burkey, and Kevin Considine. Fourth row: 
Mark Easterly, Ric Wade, Paul Lacy, Ben Geise, Monroe Geise, Thomas Mayo, and Paul Fitzgibbons. 





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At the Pledge Date Party, Will 
Gloor, Chip Evans, and Brad Rea- 
gan toast to their chapter. 



The Phi Delts cleaning their adopt- 
ed part of the Texas Highway. 



ADOPT A HIGHWAY 
LITTER CONTROL 

NEXT 3 MILES 

TEXAS GAMMA CHAPTER 

PW DELTA THETA 



118 • Greeks 




Playing ADPi Laff Olympics, Andy 
Miller and Jay Whidbee take a Sub- 
way lunch break. 




These gorgeous Phi's are Bohdy 
Hedgcock and Kevin Considine. 



"Strike-a Pose!" Steve McKay, 
Scott Burkey, Andy Miller, Kevin 
Considine, Matt Ammerman, John 
Dapper, Alan Hamilton, and Scott 

Durkin strike godly poses. 





The Phi Delta Theta's infamous 
"Skeeter". 



Phi Delta Theta fraternity was estab- 
lished at Southwestern in 1886. The Tex- 
as Gamma Chapter serves the George- 
town and campus communities. They 
participate in the Adopt a Highway pro- 
gram and strive to be the best, academi- 
cally and socially, on the campus. The 
President for the 1990-91 year is Bohdy 
Hedgcock. 



PHI DELTA THETA 




Having quite a difficult time, Matt 
Ammerman is assisted by Steve 
McKay. 



The Spring Pledges (It ot rt) Bottom row: Todd Calvert, Mike DeGuzman, Dan Wier, 
Brad Reagan, Fitz Morris. Second row: Robert Wallis, Kenny Oballo, Wade Martinez, 
Mark Carillo, Jason Fulmer, and John Hall. Third row: Scott Woods, Chip Evans, 
Matt Blair, Dan Cobos, and Stephen McHaney. Top Will Gloor. 



Phi Delta Theta • 119 



The Spring Pledges (It to rt) Bottom 
row: Ben Elliott, Victor Chen, John 
Fruge, Jose Araujo, Parag Patel, and 
Spencer Thompson. Second row: Chris 
Cadle, Ben Bush, Peter Hassinger, 
Marcus Kwan, Fred Seip, Ajay Thom- 
as, Matt Ridings, and Long Tran. Third 
row: Justin Cummings, Shane Douth- 
itt, Keith Ellis, Phillip Garrow, Chris 
Foster, David Gritzmacher, Jeff 
Hamm, Daivd Martin, Walter Martz, 
Mark Moran, John Corona, David 
Myers, John Pinion, and Grady Sikes. 



On Bid Day Fall '90, Mike Fuller and 
Carter Hay congratulate their new 
pledge Greg Beard. 



Cheering the Volleyball Team to victory, Iggy 
Barbero, Bill Bowman, Chris Morris, and 
Spencer Skelley do not look pleased with that 
play. 










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120 • Greeks 



The PKA's (It to rt) Bottom row: Rob Crangle, Justin Elmore, and Stuart Colburn. Second row: Joe Case. Lee Liedecke, Garret Brandt, Keith Guehring, 
Brad Weselman, Brian Kryszewski, Mike Remus, Fred Barrera, Mike Frontz, Roderick Sanford, Gary Dugan, Shannon Taylor, and Steve Prince. Third 
row: Jeff Gossett, Steve Mendenhall, Derek Dickens, John Eagle, Chris Morris, Jon McCormick, Spencer Skelley, Ignacio Barbero, Dreamgirl Beth Cobb, 
Maria Laid, George Boudreau, and Ron Anderson. Fourth row: Rob Phillips, Geoff Carpenter, Rodney Mayerhoff, Victor Garcia, Peter Gosslink, Mike 
Dizdar, Jim Doyle, Scott Streitman, Edward Rodriguez, Carter Hay, Jeremy Field, Jeff Kryszewski, Paul Sorajja, Sel Unite, and Bill Bowman. Fifth row: 
Wayne Consolvo, Jamie Pasley, Greg Beard, Joshua Fetner, and Lewis Snell. Sixth row: John Limroth, Joe Widner, Luke Swift, and Andrew Craft. 
Seventh row: Mark Revis, Clint Bledsoe, Mike Moran, Mike Fuller, Eric Timm, and Tuan Nguyen. 




Roderick Sanford starred in the 
Pike's Homecoming Sing perfor- 
mance. 



The PiKA's entry in the parade was 
"Tribute to the workers of the Phys- 
ical Plant ". 



Represnting the Pi Kappa Alpha 
Chapter at the Organizations Fair 
were Spencer Skelley and Rob 
Crangle. 




PI KAPPA ALPHA 




Enjoying themselves, Clint Bled- 
soe, Justin Elmore, Rob Crangle, 
Spencer Skelley, and Dreamgirl 
Beth Cobb attend the Oktoberfest 
Fall Party. 



The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity was 
established on the Southwestern cam- 
pus in 1919. The Alpha Omicron 
Chapter prides itself on national excel- 
lence by sponsoring many events, in- 
cluding a kickball tournament, to 
benefit Cerebral Palsy. They are one 
of the top fraternities on the campus 
socially and academically. The Presi- 
dent is Rob Crangle. 



Pi Kappa Alpha • 121 




Soccer member Paige Bonner 
kicks the ball past the defending 
team towards the goal. 



The Southwestern Volleyball Team 
blocks a shot during a practice 
game. . 




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Two residence halls compete in a 
friendly volleyball game one after- 




122 • Sports 



Volleyball team member Kim Long 
loves her sport! 



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The Southwestern Lacrosse Team 
fight against the alumni for a loose 
ball. 





SPORTS 



Division Page • 123 




EN'S 
BASKETBALL 



The Men's Basketball Team is coached 
by Paul Peak. The members consist of 
many returning National Tournament play- 
ers and several promising newcomers. The 
key players have been Ron Chovanec and 
David Delnero. They had a good season 
and the team members are fired up for 
next year's season. 



The Southwestern Bucs draw a 
foul. 



124 • Sports 





The Men's Basketball Team (It to rt) Bottom row: David Delnero, David Houston, Brad Reagan, Doug Peak, 
Aaron Armistead, J.J. Clribe, Paul Fitzgibbons. Second row: Shannon Taylor, Darryl Allen, Ron Cho- 
vanec, Marc Grey, Kenneth Dawes, Doston Bradley, Paul Peak. 



Men's Basketball • 125 



Losing by ten, Doug Peak cuts the 
spread to eight. 



126 • Sports 





Aaron Armistead passes the ball 
around the opponent. 



Ron Chovanec makes a quick lay 
up. 



J.J. (Iribe makes a great pass un- 
der the basket to Brad Reagan. 



Men's Basketball • 127 




OMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 

The Women's Basketball Team is are a hard working and dedicated 

coached by Reda Clay. It is made group. They never give up in any 

up of six seniors, three sopho- contest and have done very well 

mores, and three freshmen. with a very difficult schedule," stat- 

The team finished the season ed Coach Clay, 
high in the district standings. "They 




The Women's Basketball Team (It to rt) Bottom row: Janet Henderson, Misty Clay, Lynn Cole, Stephanie 
Takas. Second row: Traci Elliott, Sheralyn Mott, Terri Tubb, Cara Broussard. Third row: Stacy Denison, 
Ann Guy, Sheana Dempsey, Kristi Johnson, Reda Clay. 



128 • Sports 




Women's Basketball • 129 




The Bucs offense go up for another 
two. 



130 • Sports 




Misty Clay gets ready to shoot her 
second free throw. 



Women's Basketball • 131 




OMEN'S 
VOLLEYBALL 



Southwestern's Volleyball Team after a third-place showing in 1989.1 

had another winning season! The The coach of the team is Gladal 

Pirates enhanced their reputation Munt. She was elected to the NAIAl 

this year with its fifth consectutive Hall-of Fame, an honor not surpris- 

trip to the INAIA National Tourna- ing! She has led the Pirates to win- 

ment. Once in Hawaii, they once ning seasons year after year and! 

again advanced to the championsip will continue to do so in the future.| 
bracket, eventually finishing fifth 



Lori Jones seems extremely ex- 
cited after setting up the last win- 
ning point. ill 



132 • Sports 




The Volleyball Team (It to rt) Bottom row: Wanda Hermes, Student Asst. Coach; Lori Jones, Melissa Cathcart, Kim Long, Kim 
Ratliff, Cathi Rivera, and Henry Burgess, Trainer. Second row: Todd Stephens, Student Asst. and Statistician; Constance Scott, 
Renee Mullins, Trisha Dipprey, Alicia Gordon, Dana Davis, and Glada Munt. 




Cathi Rivera jumps to return the 
ball. 






Women's Volleyball • 133 



The Volleyball Team at their hotel 
in Hawaii during the NAIA National 
Tournament. 




134 • Sports 




Glada Munt receiving the award 
into the NAIA Hall of Fame. 



Alicia Gordon's strong hit will sure- 
ly blast the ball over the net. 



Women's Volleyball • 135 




EN'S 
BASEBALL 



The Southwestern Baseball 
Team is coached by Jim Mallon. 
Team members include: Stephen 
Hitchcock, #2; Michael Peck, #3 
Dan Mishler, #5; Jim Disobo, #6 
Scott Smith, #8; Eric Boyt, #9 
Chris Hooper, #10; Sean Quin- 
tana, #11; Beaty Wilson, #12; 
Todd Mantz, #13; Dennis Wagner, 
#14; Kendall Clements, #15; Mark 



Avery, #16; Wade Martinez, #17; 
Steve Sullivan, #18; Paul Traeger, 
#19; Dan Fielder, #20; Glen Bur- 
row, #22; Troy West, #23; Roy 
Nieto, #24; Mike Reeves, #25; Bri- 
an Anderson, #26; Drue Reeves, 
#27; Matt Blair, #28; John Car- 
penter, #29; Jeff Spencer, #30; 
Scott Smith II, #31; Quentin Riley, 
#33; Eddie Edwards, #35. 



The Southwestern University 1990- 
91 Baseball Team. 




After catching a ground ball, John 
Carpenter makes a quick throw to 
first. 



136 • Sports 




Scott Smith makes this close play 
at the plate and is safe. 




Steve Sullivan pitches a fast ball to 
strike out the opponent. 



#30 Jeff Spencer, takes a big 
swing at the baseball. 




First baseman Dan Mishler tags 
this runner out. 



Men's Baseball • 137 




ACROSSE 



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Lacrosse Team (It to rt) Top row: Mike Davis, Jeremy Field, Tony King, r 

Louis Bishop, Tom Donovan, Spencer Thompson, Brent Metschan, members of the Southwestern Uni" 

Craig Mundhenk, Jeff Easley, Walter Martz, Matt Ammerman, Beth versitV COmmunitV 311 ODDOrtUnitV 

Perkins, Marc Ledet, David Moore, John Forsberg. Bottom row: Lowell i i j , , 

McKelvey, Andrew Walker, Steve Otillar, Tony Schaffer, Ashley Gor- tO P' av laCrOSSe, and promotes the 

ham, Jose Araujo, Ben Elliott, Andy Ozley. sport. The COach is Monty CurtlS. 




138 • Sports 



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cer Thompson. 



Lowell McKelvey calls a play. 




Lacrosse • 139 




ENNIS 
AND SOCCER 



Women's Soccer allows women 
students to play soccer on a com- 
petitive basis against other universi- 
ties within its respective district or 
league. The coach is Linda Meigs. 

Men's Soccer provides an oppor- 
tunity for men interested to prac- 
tice in soccer games with teams 
from other universities, colleges, 
and the Georgetown community. 
The coach is Glenn Holzer. 

The Tennis team is coached by 



Greg Alexander. The team mem- 
bers are: Tammy Bland, Joey Cra- 
vens, Diana Ashe, Debbie Fisher, 
Laura House, Catherine Lopez, Kyla 
Lawson, Beth Oltremari, Brenda 
Rhodes, Rachael Romero, Leslie 
Wright, Ramiro Canales, Phillip Gar- 
row, Chris Howard, Chris Maurer, 
Fitz Moles, John Pinson, Josh Rus- 
sell, Mario Spathis, John Stephens, 
Michael Wang, and Matt Wheelis. 



Men's Soccer (It to rt) Bottom row: 
Mike Wolfe, George Boudreau, Dave 
Henley, Eric Schwegler. Second row: 
Jim Doyle, Harland DeWitt, Dan McAr- 
ron, Nate Blakeslee, Ignacio Barbero, 
Bart Cromeens, Glenn Holzer. 




Manuevering the ball, Renee Preiss 

regains control for the S.(J. team. 



140 • Sports 



Women's Soccer (It to rt) Bottom 
row: Laura Phillips, Paige Bonner, 
Jenny Schmitz, Kathy Tyrrasch, 
Karyn LeSuer, Jenifer Gwinn, Can- 
dace Finan. Second row: Karen 
Bradshaw, Jennifer Murphy, Renee 
Preiss, Shani Lemens, Kristin 
Sumpter, Maria Gil, Linda Meigs. 




Dribbling the ball, Kathy Tyrrasch 
keeps possession away from the 
other team. 



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Tennis & Soccer • 141 




NTRAMURALS 



Intramurals provide an opportu- 



ty, and staff to compete against oth- 
ers of similar skills in men's, wom- 
en's, and coed play. The Intramural 
director is Susan Timourian. 

Winners for 1990-91 are: Flag 
Football, Men: Phi I; Women: ADPi; 
Coed: Oreo's. Volleyball, Men: Phi I; 



nity for participation in organized Women: Fahrfenugen; Coed: Pop 



team and individual sports at var- 
ious skill levels. A schedule of sev- 
en sports and over fifteen individual 
tournaments allow students, facul- 



"Odd Ball" team member Suzanne 
Theoni carries the ball for a touch- 
down against 2nd L.K. 



Company. Softball, Men: Phi I; 
Women: ADPi; Coed: Oreo's. Ten- 



Leslie Wright and Raquel Romero; 
Coed: Joey Cravens and Pete Stell- 
man. Racketball, Men: Rick Den- 
man; Women: Laura House. Wally- 
ball, Men: D'Boys; Women: Lee's 
Lovers. Turkey Trot, Men: Jamie 
Reeves, Phi; Women, Kim Novak, 
ADPi. Three on Three Basketball, 
Men: D'Boys; Women: Hang Time. 
Weightlifting, Men: KA; Women: 



nis Doubles, Men: Joseph Molitorisz ZTA. Swimming, Men: PKA; Worn- 
and Michael Frabritius; Women, en: ZTA. 



142 • Sports 





Jack Franklin looking manly before 
his weightlifting competition be- 
gins. 



KA Darryl Allen carries the football 
for KA I during their game against 
HB 2nd. 



Intramurals • 143 




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CI. STUDENTS 



Members of KA Bill Piotrowski, Tom Kirk- 
patrick. Penn King, Kevin McMahon, 
Alexander Reilly, and Robert Bryant with 
the Rose Renee Preiss on Derby Day. 




144 Closing 



This Laff Olympics team doesn't 
even let the rain stop their fun. 




Kim Novak. Cile Spelce, Candace 
Finan, Laura Ludwig, Claire Jud- 
kin, Jennifer Doyle, and Heather 
Goynes take a break from Rolling 
activities. 



This hairstyle that Heather Preas 
has is going to be the rage in the 
1990's. 



Londonites Sossy Sarikhanian, 
Sandra Estrada. Ginger Gaines, 
Denise Lee, Alyssa Perz, and Erin 
Manning at a Tuesday night Christ- 
mas party. 



S.U. Students • 145 




146 • Closing 




Germany adventurers Becky Red- 
land, Angela Pinson, Sarah Yar- 
brough, Glen Braden, Jeff lezzi, An- 
drew Craft, and Nicole Peffer spent 
their summer in Gsnabrunck. 



CLOSING 





Division Page • 147 




Taking part in Road Rally, Heathei 
Goynes, James Kennedy, Scoti 
Herlihy, Jeff Cookston, Andy Walk 
er, Jason Moore, and Dylan Wooe 
take a short break. 



G. STUDENTS 



The Alpha Phi Omega Kickball 
Team: Robin Weinburgh, Jon Por- 
ter, Michael Gardner, Scott Smith- 
Karyn LaSuer, Tom Mahaffey, Mi- 
chelle Bryant, Eric McConathy, 
Amanda Hunt, Erica Mathre, and 
Janie Chavarria. 



These hot women Tracy Richbourg, 
Amy Jinks, and Lisa Smith are sty- 
lin' for a night at old S.CI. 



Shannon Geary, studying abroad in 
Madrid, is delighted at her discov- 
ery of a million botas in Valencia. 



148 • Closing 




These two handsome people are 
Leslie Parks and Mike McGrath. 




John Eagle, Christi Piatt, Sel 
Unite, and Amy Briscoe at the Pike 
Cool and Casual III party. 




Embracing as good brothers 
should, John Dapper and Van Fitz- 
gerald look like they are having a 
great time in Laredo. 



Cassandra Parker, Jenne Kistner, 
Summer Yonker, and Neil Patter- 
son are just hanging out in McCul- 
lough. 



S.U. Students • 149 




DITOR'S NOTE 



Bill Piotrowski, Melanie Bryce, 
Louis Bishop, and Kelli Holloway 

at KA Champagne party. 



The 1990-91 Sou'Wester has 
been published for all the students, 
faculty, and administration at 
Southwestern. I hope all that read 
and look through its' pages, laugh, 
and remember those fun and spe- 
cial times from the year. 

1 would like to give a special 
thanks to Dorita Hatchett for her 
support, and to Roxanne Barnes, to 
whom I owe a lot. She identified 
most of the pictures in this book 



and it could not have been complet- 
ed without her help. To those peo- 
ple who put up with me throughout 
the year, Margaret Reilly, Julie 
Greig, Paige Bonner, Robyn Tan- 
gum, and Louis Bishop, thank you 
for always offering advice, help, 
and most of all, laughter. I also ap- 
preciate all the students who contri- 
buted pictures . . . Thank You! 

— Kelli Holloway, Editor 















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Strangling Julie Greig, Ridge 
DeWitt tries to persuade her accom- 
pany him to a school dance. 



These Phi's Patrick Lorenz, Matt 
Ammerman, and Andy Miller are 
happy-go-lucky guys at a date par- 
ty- 




150 • Closing 



Trying to dispose of the evidence, 
Margaret Reilly and Robyn Tan- 
gum always seem to get in the 
WORST kinds of situations. 






The urban-suburban crew Carrie 
Talus, Kate Eliassen, Deborah 
Flinn, Maria Gil, Ali McKay, and 
Ellen Lock on their way to Big 
Bend. 




Ready for a Halloween party, Janie 
Arwine, Nancy McCorpin, and Car- 
rie George are dressed for the night. 



The Alpha Delta 
Spring Bid Day. 



Pi seniors on 



This white faced beauty Paige Bon- 
ner is prepared for a long night at 
the haunted house. 






Minnisoooooddaa, Roxanne Barnes 
always has a smile on her face for 
everyone she meets! 



Editor's Note • 151 




152 • Index 




These Kurth I residents Jennifer 
Wilson, Rachel Romero, Jennie 
McGrath, Alison Porter, Sandra 
Galindo, and Kristin Epley seem to 
be enjoying their ice cream. 



INDEX 

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)ivision Page • 153 



INDEX: 



Abell, Lisa 104 

Aduonum, Adwoa 48, 85 

Agee, Amy 48, 88 

Aiton, Cathy 110 

Akers, Susan 48 

Akin, John 80, 89, 90, 98 

Albright, Judy 40, 95, 96, 110 

Alex, Steve 79, 85 

Alexander, Bill 40, 115 

Allen, Darryl 115, 122, 125, 143 

Allen, Erin 40, 95, 108 

Allen, Jennifer 48, 107 

Allen, Martha 83 

Allison, Beth 48, 97, 106, 112 

Allman, Pete 5, 118 

Altamirano, Linda 48, 104 

Ammerman, Matt 85, 118, 119, 

138, 150 
Ammon, Jason 48 
Anderson, Brian 136 
Anderson, Jill 48, 79 
Anderson, Richard 24 
Anderson, Ron 48, 120 
Anderson, Todd 118 
Apollo, Anthony 48, 118 
Applebaum, Aaron 113 
Araujo, Jose 120, 138 
Archibald, Judy 48 
Argabright, Jennifer 89 
Armendariz, George 48, 85, 118 
Armistead, Aaron 125, 127 
Armsworth, Leslie 40, 81, 84, 

104, 112, 113 
Aronson, Jana 40, 84, 96, 104 
Arwine, Janie 48, 106, 151 
Arya, Reena 88 

Ashe, Diana 11, 40, 74, 95, 106 
Askew, Rob 48, 78, 116 
Astolfo, Traci 40, 51, 66, 69, 102, 

106, 107 
Atkins, Martha 40, 68, 69, 71, 79 
Avalos, Maria 48, 86, 87, 104 
Avellar, Alan 24 
Avery, Mark 136 
Ayers, Laura Ann 48, 85, 110 

B 

Baca, Pema 40, 108, 109 
Bailes, Jan 40 



Bailey, Randy 48, 88 

Bailey, Will 117 

Baker, Brooke 48, 74, 75, 107 

Baldwin, Steve 112 

Ballenger, Leslie 106 

Ballou, Roger 19 

Barbero, Ignacio 48, 79, 120, 140 

Barnes, Roxanne 40, 78, 79, 84, 

85, 151 
Barrera, Fred 40, 85, 120 
Barrier, Brett 84 
Barrows, Mike 48 
Bartholomew, Vickie 40, 82, 83 
Bartolomeo, Liz 89 
Barton, James 40 
Barton, William 40 
Bash, Benjamin 49 
Baudat, Margaret 49, 86, 87, 110 
Baur, Lori 40, 76, 110 
Baxter-Hale, Janet 20 
Bean, Debbie 24 
Beard, Greg 120 
Bell, Kimberly 49, 83 
Bell, Rick 49, 115 
Benjamin, Damion 49 
Bermudez, Perla 77 
Berry, Beth 14 
Bertrand, Sophie 49, 83, 93 
Biggers, Christin 49 
Biggerstaff, Vic 49 
Bigley, John 30 
Biles, John 78, 79, 85 
Bishop, Heather 49, 83, 110 
Bishop, Louis 112, 115, 138, 139, 

150 
Blackburn, Tom 30, 80, 83, 97 
Black well, Martha 49, 107, 113 
Blair, Matt 49, 119, 136 
Blake, Amy 4, 99, 110 
Blakeslee, Nate 117, 140 
Bland, Tammy 3, 40, 110 
Bledsoe, Clint 120, 121 
Bledsoe, Laura 49, 106 
Bohm, Maria 30 
Bonner, Paige 49, 94, 102, 106, 

112, 141, 151 
Boone, Kimbra 106 
Borjas, Becky 40, 81, 91 
Bork, Adam 49, 89 
Bossart, Beth 83 
Boudreau, George 49, 120, 140 
Bouffard, Konrad 49, 85 
Bowman, William 49, 120 
Boyd, Lisa 14 
Boyle, Lee 112, 117 
Boyt, Eric 49, 53, 88, 102, 136 



Braden, Glen 14, 40 
Braden, Tammy 49, 88 
Bradley, Doston 13, 49, 125 
Bradley, Hiawatha 49, 100, 116, 

117 
Bradshaw, Karen 102, 141 
Branch, Julie 13, 49, 77, 83 
Brandt, Garret 120 
Brannon, Biff 112 
Bremer, Kelli 14, 41, 68, 69, 71, 

104 
Brightwell, George 21 
Brinkley, Jon 41 
Briscoe, Amy 104, 149 
Britt, Darren 41 
Brock, Julie 49, 105 
Brockette, Pebble 49, 106, 112, 

113 
Brockmann, Enrique 41 
Brogan, Heather 50 
Broussard, Cara 50, 128 
Browder, Joseph 50, 77 
Brown, Anna 83, 85 
Brown, Brent 14, 15, 48, 113 
Brown, Julie 106, 112, 149 
Brown, Sandy 110 
Brown, Shawn 89 
Browning, Brigette 50, 85, 104 
Browning, Will 50, 114, 115 
Brummett, Susan 50, 110 
Brush, Catherine 50 
Bryant, Daniel 25 
Bryant, Michele 50, 85, 148 
Bryant, Robert 115, 146 
Bryce, Melanie 50, 107, 150, 152 
Buchhorn, Kathryn 20 
Buckner, Sara 50, 104 
Buhr^ Gwen 50 
Burch, Noelle 50, 84 
Burchard, Charles 78 
Burkey, Scott 41, 103, 118, 119 
Burns, Melissa 2, 110 
Burrow, Glenn 50, 136 
Busch, Susan 41, 99 
Bush, Ben 120 



Cadle, Chris 50, 85, 120 
Caldwell, Dorothy 50, 98, 110 
Calvert, Todd 50, 119 
Campbell, Angelyque 77, 79, 82, 

83 
Campbell, James 41, 72 
Canales, Ramiro 41, 81, 82, 91 
Cantu, Ann 50 



154 • Index 



Capps, Suzanne 50, 96, 106 

Caraway, Donald 19 

Cardenas, Alexandra 50 

Carey, Brad 114 

Carillo, Mark 98, 119 

Carl, Glenda 30 

Carlson, John 50 

Carpenter, Geoff 99, 120 

Carpenter, John 41, 136 

Carpenter, Kay 50, 96 

Carr, Tamika 50, 83 

Carroll, Meghan 50, 96, 107 

Carswell, Jordan 80 

Carter, Chris 50, 108, 109 

Carter, Heather 50 

Carver, Jason 80, 84, 89 

Case, Joe 120 

Casson, Chris 79, 113, 114, 115 

Castanon, Marissa 50 

Casteel, Barron 115 

Castro, Angie 50, 69, 77, 83, 88 

Cathcart, Melissa 106, 133 

Caunter, Christine 51 

Chamberlain, Casi 106 

Chambers, Kenneth 26 

Chaput, Chris 89, 97, 117 

Chavarria, Janie 51, 85, 88, 148 

Chavez, Monique 51, 85 

Chen, June 15, 41, 110 

Chen, Victor 120 

Chhith, Yaravi 41 

Childs, Eraka 51, 86 

Choate, Craig 41 

Choate, Laura 41, 85 

Chovanec, Ron 125, 127 

Church, Crystal 6, 51, 85, 110 

Clark, Cullen 106 

Clay, Misty 41, 128, 130, 131 

Clay, Reda 128 

Clements, Kendall 136 

Clifton, Catherine 51 

Coad, Erin 107 

Cobb, Beth 88, 120, 121 

Cobos, Dan 119 

Cockrum, Guillermo 41, 83 

Coen, Candace 3, 41, 111 

Cogan, John 118 

Cohen, Bill 118 

Colburn, Stuart 41, 120 

Cole, Lynn 128 

Conerly, Catherine 41, 95, 106 

Conkright, Jason 116 

Conrad, Kelly 2, 51, 85 

Considine, Kevin 118, 119 

Consolvo, Wayne 120 

Cook, Sandra 51, 104 



Cookston, Jeff 51, 100, 103, 116, 

117, 148 
Cooper, Kevin 51, 53, 81, 85 
Cordes, Laura 41, 72, 80, 84, 89 
Corona, John 120 
Corovessis, Catherine 51, 104 
Corovessis, Christina 51, 68, 69, 

96, 104, 112 
Coss, Azucena 83 
Costa, Michael 51 
Covington, Jennifer 51, 78, 85, 

108 
Cowan, Nicole 51, 76, 98, 108 
Cox, Lauren 51, 78, 99 
Cox, Scott 51, 99 
Craft, Andrew 14, 120 
Crangle, Rob 42, 120, 121 
Cravens, Joey 51, 107 
Crawford, Susan 51 
Creekmore, Cindy 51, 98, 99, 107 
Crocker, Nancy 30, 97 
Cromeens, Bart 140 
Crouch, Jason 51 
Crowder, Kim 39, 52, 74, 80, 84 
Crowley, Weldon 30 
Cuevas, Jessica 52, 104, 105 
Culver, Lon Ann 52 
Cummings, Jarret 52, 72, 81, 97 
Cummings, Justin 120 
Curless, Jared 52, 115 
Custer, Judson 20 
Cutrer, Amy 42, 103, 104 



Dameron, Michelle 52, 85 
Daniell, Price 38, 52, 112, 116 
Danielson, Joan 42 
Dapper, John 42, 93, 103, 119, 

149 
Darden, Kim 52, 86 
Darrah, Rob 42, 77, 84 
Darrow, Anya 52, 69, 97 
Davis, Dana 111, 133 
Davis, Erin 14 
Davis, Kristen 3, 52, 84, 93 
Davis, Mike 42, 118, 138 
Davis, Pam 14 

Davis, Vanessa 6, 42, 69, 77, 95 
Dawes, Kenneth 52, 83, 125 
Dawson, Jan 31 
Deanda, Stephen 115 
Decker, Andrew 13, 79 
Degnan, Cathy 79, 84, 99, 104, 

112 
DeGuzman, Michael 52, 119 



DeLaGarza, Selena 52, 79, 82 

Delamere, Dara 95, 102, 104, 105 

Delaney, John 31, 88 

DeLay, Missy 98 

DeLeon, Marissa 52 

Delnero, David 52, 118, 124, 125, 

126 
Demander, Bjorn 52 
Dempsey, Sheana 14, 104, 128, 

131 
Denham, Bruce 96 
Denison, Stacy 128 
Dennis, Jill 96 

DeWitt, Harland 42, 140, 150 
Dewitt, James 5, 152 
Diaz, Christina 52 
Diaz, Liliana 52 
Diaz, Monica 110 
Dickens, Derek 120 
Dickie, David 42, 115 
Dietz, Melissa 31 
Dinkel, Chris 115 
Dipprey, Trisha 42, 133 
Disobo, Jim 136 
Dixon, Doug 42, 77 
Dizdar, Mike 120 
Dobbin, Greg 93 
Doenges, John 118 
Doeren, Keith 116, 117 
Donley, Philip 31, 94 
Donnelly, Stacie 99, 110 
Donovan, Tom 52, 138 
Dotts, Rebecca 110 
Douthitt, Shane 120 
Doyle, Jennifer 52, 84, 147 
Doyle, Jim 53, 120, 140 
Dreishmire, Lisa 42, 88, 91 
Dugan, Gary 97, 120 
Dunkum, Madeline 53, 106, 112 
Dupont, Jessica 103, 106 
Durbin, Jeffrey 53 
Durkin, Scott 118, 119 



Eagle, John 5, 53, 120, 149 
Earles, Trina 42, 95, 102 
Earley, Marti 14 
Easley, Jeff 53, 115, 138 
Easterly, Mark 118 
Edges, Margaret 53 
Edwards, Eddie 136 
Edwards, Tara 53 
Eliassen, Kate 105, 151 
Elliott, Ben 85, 120, 138 
Elliott, Traci 42, 92, 128, 129, 



Index • 155 



131 
Ellis, Kathy 42, 92, 104, 105 
Ellis, Keith 53, 54, 120 
Elmore, Justin 42, 120, 121 
Epley, Bradford 42 
Epley, Kristin 153 
Escobar, Rosa 53, 107 
Espino, Grace 79, 110 
Espinosa, Michelle 53, 81, 82 
Espinoza, Sarah 42 
Essary, Kim 53, 78, 85 
Estepp, Aimee 104 
Estes, Jud 53 
Estrada, Sandra 147 
Eustace, Elise 7, 53, 107 
Evans, Chip 118, 119 
Evans, Tracy 53 
Evilsizer, Kellie 110 



Fagg, Carolyn 24 

Fairchild, Mia 110 

Fangue, Jennifer 53, 85, 110 

Fasti, Michelle 53 

Feigenbaum, Heidi 42, 92 

Ferguson, Tracy 53, 104 

Fertitta, Julian 103, 115 

Fetner, Joshua 120 

Field, Jeremy 120, 138 

Fielder, Dan 114, 136 

Fillmore, Martha 104 

Finan, Candace 53, 84, 141, 147 

Finley, Diane 42 

Fisher, Cadie 53, 106, 107, 113 

Fisher, Deborah 54 

Fisher, Moses 54, 116, 117 

Fitzgerald, Van 43, 103, 118, 149 

Fitzgibbons, Paul 118, 125 

Flinn, Deborah 90, 151 

Flores, Cindy 54, 82, 83 

Flores, Lisa 54, 99 

Flores, Lorella 3, 54, 85, 110 

Fontenot, Allison 53, 54, 84, 107 

Ford, Jill 80, 84, 93 

Forsberg, John 118, 138 

Foster, Chris 120 

Foster, Mamie 48, 107 

Foster, Thomas 54 

Francis, Jennifer 108, 109 

Franklin, Jack 12, 118, 122, 143 

Franta, Kevin 39, 116, 117 

Freytag, Hillary 54 

Frontz, Mike 43, 77, 120 

Fruge, John 15, 75, 85, 120 

Fuller, Cathy 43, 68, 69, 76, 77, 



79, 84, 95, 110, 113 
Fuller, Michael 54, 120 
Fulmer, Jason 119 



Gaines, David 31 

Gaines, Ginger 106, 107, 147 

Galindo, Sandra 54, 82, 83, 85, 

153 
Gamel, Mary 110 
Garcia, Carol 43, 68, 69, 104 
Garcia, Victor 120 
Gard, Leigh 43, 96, 104 
Gardner, Michael 43, 85, 148 
Garrett, Craig 54, 76 
Garrow, Phillip 120, 141 
Garza, Susan 104, 105 
Gasser, Debbie 54 
Gatlin, Leroy 116 
Gay, Faith 11 
Gazarek, Dani 43 
Geary, Shannon 148 
Gebbie, Mike 38, 48, 75 
Geise, Ben 118 
Geise, Monroe 118 
Geistweidt, Jason 99 
Gensler, Stacie 54, 104, 152 
George, Carrie 54, 89, 151 
Gerfers, Trey 117 
Giesecke, Leonard 88 
Gil, Maria 104, 105, 141, 151 
Gloor, Will 50, 118, 119 
Gold, Michelle 54, 97 
Goldsmith, Kim 2 
Goldsmith, Leslie 90 
Gonzalez, Caroline 54, 77, 88 
Goodwin, Dan 43 
Goolsby, Alison 54 
Gordon, Alicia 54, 133, 134, 135 
Gorham, Ashley 54, 103, 138, 139 
Goss, Taylor 83, 85 
Gosselink, Pete 100, 103, 120 
Gossett, Jeff 120 
Gott, Karen 88, 106 
Gould, Florence 31 
Goynes, Heather 54, 106, 112, 

147, 148 
Grafton, Mark 114, 115 
Graham, Ginny 54, 108, 109 
Graham, Lea 54, 104 
Gratke, Karen 43, 77 
Gray, Brenda 98, 104 
Greathouse, Jeffery 54, 76 
Greenlees, Denise 43 
Greenwood, Sarah 43 



Gregg, Clark 115 

Greig, Julie 15, 54, 75, 106, 107, 

150 
Grey, Marc 125 
Griffin, Jennifer 98 
Griscom, Scott 103 
Gritzmacher, David 54, 120 
Guehring, Keith 43, 120 
Guerriero, Layng 115 
Gunther, Nina 43, 110 
Gutman, Sherry 18, 103 
Guy, Ann 43, 128 
Gwinn, Jenifer 69, 141 



H 



Hageland, Nancy 54 

Hall, Brent 115 

Hall, John 119 

Hallstein, Trevor 77 

Hamilton, Alan 118, 119 

Hamilton, Katie 8, 106, 107 

Hamm, Jeff 120 

Hanson, Scott 117 

Hardin, Regan 107, 113 

Hardt, Sheryl 43, 78 

Harper, Jenny 3, 106, 107, 112 

Harrell, Deidre 77, 82, 83 

Harris, Jennifer 110 

Harris, Liza 11, 43, 74, 88, 106 

Hart, Heather 110 

Haskell, Halford 32 

Hassinger, Peter 99, 120 

Hatchett, Dorita 13, 19, 77 

Havron, Bonnie 110 

Hay, Carter 76, 102, 103, 120 

Heavner, Matt 13 

Hebert, Tina 43 

Hedgcock, Bohdy 93, 118, 119 

Heibert, Susan 104 

Helburn, Wendy 84 

Heller, Jenna 68, 69, 70 

Helmers, Karen 92 

Henderson, Janet 43, 97, 128, 130 

Hendren, Cathy 43, 94, 103, 104 

Henley, Dave 118, 140 

Herlihy, Scott 117, 148 

Hermes, Wanda 44, 133 

Herttenberger, Beth 3, 102, 110, 

111 
Hester, Janice 16, 21 
Hilgeman, Fred 32 
Hilliard, Dan 32, 81 
Hirsch, Wendi 2 
Hitchcock, Stephen 136 
Hobbs, Craig 81, 85, 99 



156 • Index 



Holand, Meme 102 
Holguin, Carmina 82, 83 
Holland, Chris 112 
Holland, Elizabeth 77 
Holland, Meme 108, 109 
Hollis, Brian 82, 89, 93 
Holloway, Kelli 15, 75, 102, 106, 

112, 150 
Holmes, John 115 
Holmes, Mark 91, 97, 114, 115 
Holt, Shelby 11, 44, 103, 106 
Honig, Heather 92, 106 
Hooper, Chris 136 
Hornbeck, Jackie 79, 96, 104 
Hou, William 88 
House, Laura 104, 105 
Houston, David 114, 115, 125 
Howell, Kris 77, 92 
Hrdlicka, Karen 76, 88 
Hubbard, Fay 26 
Hubble, Emmalee 23 
Hudspeth, Roberta 44 
Hughes, Heather 78, 85 
Hull, Heather 79 

Hunt, Amanda 79, 83, 85, 93, 148 
Hunt, Brian 69, 72, 79, 81, 91 
Hunt, James 32, 96 
Hurtado, Michael 85, 97, 99 
Husmann, Laurie 44, 78 
Hutto, Laura 81, 91 



I 



Ibanez, Annabelle 82 
Iezzi, Jeff 14, 44, 80, 97 
Imle, Jennifer 14, 104 



Jackson, Alvin 83 
Jackson, Kristi 97 
Jacob, Horace 32 
Jacob, Lisa 76, 77, 84, 110 
Jacobs, Eileen 24 
James, Joe 3, 39, 112, 116 
Janes, Shawn 114, 115 
Jinks, Amy 82, 106, 107, 148 
John, Charesse 110 
Johnson, Andrea 96, 104 
Johnson, Carrie 82 
Johnson, Chance 39, 112 
Johnson, Erica 113 
Johnson, Faye 20 
Johnson, Felecia 32 
Johnson, Kristi 128 
Johnson, Matt 74 



Johnson, Sharon 33 

Johnson, Sonje 23 

Jones, Carolyn 44 

Jones, Jill 44, 94, 95, 104, 105, 

112 
Jones, Kimberly 6 
Jones, Lori 44, 132, 133, 134 
Jones, William 20, 33 
Jordan, Lori 110, 111 
Jordan, Tammy 79, 107 
Joynes, Robin 69, 71, 92, 95 
Judkins, Claire 81, 147 

K 

Kain, Ed 28, 33 

Kanamori, Hiroko 83 

Kasper, Staci 105 

Kaufman, Vashti 85, 99 

Kay, Lisa 110 

Kearley, Barbara 83, 85 

Kearney, Allison 99, 104 

Keilman, Gay 44, 88, 95 

Kendell, Sandy 78 

Kennedy, James 148 

Kennedy, Kristin 110 

Kent, Dale 97 

Kettle, Christine 104 

Kim, Jiwon 83 

King, Mitch 117 

King, Penn 3, 114, 115, 146 

King, Tony 114, 115, 138 

Kinslow, Whit 118 

Kirkpatrick, Tom 12, 113, 114, 

115, 122, 146 
Kistner, Jenne 149 
Kizer, Amy 66, 97 
Klawunn, Edward 19 
Knauth, Betty 24 
Korri, Dawn 48 
Kotarski, John 116, 117 
Koutras, Charles 91, 93 
Kretzschmar, Gary 77, 97 
Kruger, Maria 110 
Kryszewski, Brian 5, 120 
Kryszewski, Jeff 120 
Kubik, Darien 98, 99, 110, 111 
Kulvicki, Alayne 106 
Kwan, Marcus 120 
Kwan, Melissa 44, 96 



LaCroix, Anne-Marie 83, 93 
Lacy, Paul 113, 118, 122 
Laid, Maria 106, 120 



Lansford, Edwin 33 

Larson, Erik 44, 93 

Laster, Dayna 44 

LaSuer, Karyn 148 

Lawson, Kyla 110 

Layton, Scott 33 

Ledet, Marc 115, 138 

Leduc, Jennifer 91 

Lee, Carole 23 

Lee, Denise 104, 112, 147 

Lee, Jane 83 

Lee, Melinda 44 

Lemens, Shani 85, 97, 104, 141 

Lemons, Carrie 96, 104 

Leonard, Christine 44, 77, 81, 84 

Leonard, Julie 3, 110, 111 

Leone, Tina 78, 79, 99 

LeSuer, Karyn 83, 85, 141 

Letts, Monica 44, 94 

Liedecke, Lee 66, 68, 69, 112, 

120 
Lightsey, Louis 33 
Lim, Audrey 83, 85 
Limroth, John 120 
Linhart, Bobby 4, 98, 99 
Linton, Jennifer 89 
Lively, Clinton 44, 146 
Lock, Ellen 151 
Loeffler, Devon 104 
Lohec, Pam 110, 111 
Lohr, Mike 54 
Long, Hal 118 
Long, Kim 110, 132, 133 
Lopez, Cathy 85 
Lorenz, Patrick 118, 150 
Lott, Jennifer 110, 111 
Loughran, Patricia 44, 76, 77 
Lowry, Carla 34 
Ludena, Maria 83 
Ludwig, Laura 44, 79, 104, 112, 

147 
Luna, Gustavo 44 
Lutz, John 100 

M 

Macaluso, Tom 6, 115 
Mahaffey, Tom 85, 148 
Mahagan, Leslie 78 
Mahagan, Victor 19 
Mahar, Deborah 95 
Maldonado, Margarita 44 
Maldonado, Monica 74 
Malek, Brigid 4, 45, 98, 110, 111, 

113 
Mallon, Jim 136 



Index • 157 



Manar, Fred 115 

Manning, Erin 104, 106, 112, 147 
Mantz, Todd 4, 45, 136 
Marinik, Wayne 114, 115 
Marrero, Lorie 81, 82 
Marsh, Leslie 78 
Martin, Daivd 120 
Martin, David 77, 85, 99 
Martinez, Wade 119, 136 
Martz, Walter 14, 85, 120, 138 
Maschal, Debbie 102, 106 
Masferrer, Alina 45, 88 
Massey, Kim 10, 78, 79, 104 
Mathre, Erica 38, 84, 85, 96, 148 
Matthews, Meredith 6 
Maurer, Chris 6 
Maurer, Melissa 88 
Maurer, Stefanie 11, 96, 106 
May, Chip 88 
Mayerhoff, Rodney 120 
Mayhew, Matthew 45, 118 
Mayo, Thomas 103, 118 
McCann, Kristi 106, 107 
McCarron, Daniel 81, 91, 140 
McCarty, Nathan 116, 117 
McClain, Raimund 81, 91 
McClendon, Marvin 34 
McClish, Glen 28, 34 
McConathy, Erik 78, 81, 85, 148 
McCormick, Jon 120 
McCorpin, Nancy 85, 151 
McCreary, Lynne 98, 110 
McDaniel, Amy 110 
McDowell, Katie 102, 106, 107 
McGonigle, Tim 112 
McGrath, Jennie 110, 153 
McGrath, Mike 115, 148 
McHaney, Stephen 119 
McKay, Ali 151, 78 
McKay, Steve 103, 118, 119 
McKee, Molly 45, 95, 110 
McKelvey, Lowell 115, 138, 139 
McKinney, Craig 38, 45, 81, 84 
McKinney, Kevin 51, 100, 116 
McLemore, Joel 5, 89 
McMahon, Kevin 100, 114, 115, 

146, 149 
McNelly, Lara 106, 107 
McNinch, Scott 117 
McQuillan, Diana 104 
McZeal, Marcellous 45 
Meadows, Ann 99 
Mendenhall, Steve 74, 85, 99, 120 
Mendoza, Rachel 14 
Metschan, Brent 115, 138 
Meyer, Karen 45, 88, 95 



Meyer, Michelle 79, 85 
Meza, Mark 115 
Milam, Alexis 81 
Miller, Andy 118, 119, 150 
Miller, Jason 13, 79, 85, 97 
Miller, Jill 113 
Miller, Kathy 79, 96, 104 
Miller, Melissa 45, 98 
Miller, Robby 10 
Minyard, Wanda 24 
Mishler, Dan 136, 137 
Mitchell, Michelle 111 
Mitchell, Susan 25 
Monell, Claire 18, 19 
Monell, Mary 3, 110 
Monkus, Liz 75, 85 
Moore, David 90, 138 
Moore, Doug 72, 103, 115 
Moore, Jason 116, 148 
Moore, Maria 95, 104 
Moore, Sarah 45 
Moran, Mark 120 
Moran, Mike 120 
Morgan, Gavin 45, 77 
Morgan, Gavinn 81 
Morris, Amy 7, 107 
Morris, Chris 120 
Morris, Fitz 119 
Morris, Jane 104 
Morris, Leona 24 
Morrison, Jenny 110, 111 
Moses, Chana 89, 111 
Mott, Sheralyn 45, 128, 129 
Mueller, Elisabeth 84, 85 
Mueller, Verine 26 
Muir-Broaddus, Jacqueline 34 
Mullins, Renee 133, 134, 135 
Mundhenk, Craig 138 
Muniz, Tommy 113 
Munt, Glada 135 
Murphy, Jennifer 6, 85, 141 
Myers, David 120 

N 

Nartz, Matt 117 

Navarrette, Francis 16 

Navickas, Maryanne 45, 99 ' 

Neal, Lana 95, 99 

Neas, Robin 99, 104 

Nelson, George 34 

Nelson, Sarah 89 

Nemeth, Dora 3, 110, 111 

Neville, Gwen 81 

Newell, Dave 15, 18, 72, 85, 103 

Nguyen, Ha 84, 93 



Nguyen, Phuong 45, 79 

Nguyen, Trinh 104 

Nguyen, Tuan 2, 13, 70, 77, 84, 

85, 120, 146 
Nguyen, Viet 79, 85 
Nieto, Roy 136 
Nobles, Tivy 45 
Norbraten, Brett 81, 91 
Normand, Gay 76, 104 
Novak, Kim 45, 102, 104, 112, 

147 



O'Brien, William 34 
O'Kuma, Karen 14 
O'Neal, Netta 107 
Oandasan, Aileen 69 
Oballo, Kenny 119 
Ochoa, Ricky 85 
Olsta, Kris 9, 15, 110 
Oltremari, Beth 110 
Oren, Neda 83 
Orr, Bruce 114, 115 
Otillar, Steve 103, 138 
Ott, Laurie 88, 102, 110 
Otto, Julianne 4, 79, 110 
Ozley, Andy 45, 138 



Pannabecker, Marcia 110 

Paredes, Xochitl 45, 82, 89 

Parker, Cassandra 98, 149 

Parks, Leslie 148 

Parrish, Karen 45 

Pasley, Jamie 120 

Patel, Parag 120 

Patterson, Neil 69, 70, 85, 93, 149 

Patton, Barry 116, 117 

Patton, John 115 

Paul, Autumn 89 

Paysse, Samara 45, 89, 102, 106 

Peak, Doug 125, 126 

Peak, Paul 125 

Peck, Michael 85, 93, 136 

Peffer, Nicole 106, 107 

Perkins, Beth 5, 84, 138 

Perz, Alyssa 107, 112, 147 

Perz, Stephen 81, 92, 95 

Peterson, Ellsworth 28 

Phillips, Jason 99 

Phillips, Laura 104, 141 

Phillips, Rob 84, 99, 120 

Pickard, Christina 19 

Pierce, Jason 53 



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Pigg, David 46 

Pinion, John 120 

Pinson, Angela 46, 112, 152 

Piotrowski, Bill 115, 146, 150 

Pipkin, Shawn 82, 83 

Piatt, Christi 96, 104, 149 

Plowman, Lisa 85, 104 

Pollei, Jonathan 98, 99 

Popko, Laura 6, 66, 78, 85 

Porter, Alison 153 

Porter, Jon 13, 38, 48, 85, 148 

Preas, Heather 147 

Preis, Ann 88, 110 

Preiss, Renee 46, 102, 104, 105, 

114, 115, 140, 141, 146 
Prewitt, Kim 93, 106 
Price, Amy 83 
Price, Lara 110 
Price, Paul 95 

Prince, Steve 5, 46, 102, 120 
Pritchett, Philip 15 
Purdy, Karen 23 
Puskarich, Jan 16, 24 



Quin, Leah 97, 98, 99 
Quintana, Sean 136 



Raffy, Alex 83, 93 

Rahman, Prince 11 

Ramsey, Suzanne 110 

Ratliff, Kim 88, 110, 133, 134 

Rawji, Gulnar 35 

Reagan, Brad 118, 119, 125, 127 

Reaves, Juan 68, 83, 122 

Redeker, Sean 6 

Redland, Becky 83, 104, 152 

Reeh-Machicek, Carol 46 

Reese, Shelley 79, 108, 109 

Reeves, Drue 136 

Reeves, Jamie 95, 118 

Reeves, Mike 136 

Reilly, Alexander 103, 115, 146 

Reilly, Margaret 15, 94, 106, 112, 

150 
Reiner, Rob 92 
Remus, Mike 78, 120 
Revis, Mark 120 
Rice, Kerinda 81 
Richardson, Heather 110, 111 
Richbourg, Tracy 68, 69, 103, 

110, 111, 148 
Richter, Gary 35 



Ridings, Matt 120 
Riley, Quentin 136 
Riquelme, Sonia 35, 94 
Rivera, Cathi 133 
Roberts, Sherrin 69, 75 
Robinson, Dave 69, 91 
Robinson, David 48 
Rodriguez, Edward 120 
Rodriguez, James 82 
Roeder, Robert 35 
Rogers, Vernonica 2, 77 
Romero, Raquel 82, 85, 153 
Romero, Sandra 46 
Rork, Patrick 115 
Rose, Barbie 46, 104, 105 
Rosenthal, Michael 20 
Rosner, Greg 5 
Rosser, Emily 14 
Ruby, Jana 102, 104 
Runyen, Laura 95 
Ruppel, Erika 85, 107 
Russell, Amy 46 
Ruyen, Laura 46 



Saenz, Humberto 77 
Safos, Anthe 106, 107 
Saldana, Stephanie 77, 85 
Salerno, Allen 89 
Sanchez, Joey 76, 95 
Sanderfer, Debbie 23 
Sanders, Cathy 13, 81, 83 
Sandifer, Rachael 79 
Sanford, Roderick 46, 100, 120, 

121 
Santana, Annette 77 
Santry, John 115 
Sarikhanian, Sossy 147 
Sassman, Barry 3 
Schaffer, Tony 138 
Schepens, Greg 112, 117 
Schiffner, Chad 46, 118 
Schmitz, Jenny 104, 141 
Schneider, Heidi 104, 105 
Schraft, Robin 35 
Schroeder, Francie 16, 18 
Schroeder, Raymond 35 
Schulze, Karen 46 
Schwegler, Eric 46, 140 
Score, John 36 
Scott, Constance 133 
Seaks, Brent 46, 95, 152 
Secor, Dorothy 20 
Seip, Fred 79, 83, 99, 120 
Sellers, Fred 36, 88 



Shafer, Tony 117 

Sharkey, Helen 3, 88 

Sharma, Nisa 11, 38, 85 

Shaw, Norma 18 

Shelton, Therese 36 

Shelton, Tracie 13, 46, 77, 97, 99 

Sheppard, Kenneth 36, 99 

Shilling, Roy 17, 18 

Shockley, Bryan 113, 115 

Shockley, Carey 106 

Short, Ellen 46 

Shull, Katie 106 

Sigler, Kelly 90, 106 

Sikes, Grady 10, 120 

Sikes, Nick 36 

Sim, Jeremy 83 

Simecek, Ashlie 3, 88, 97, 110 

Simons, Kayla 77, 85, 99 

Sims, Shannon 84, 115, 152 

Skelley, Spencer 120, 121 

Smalley, Mike 46 

Smith, Cindy 46, 83, 108 

Smith, Debbie 79, 96 

Smith, Grant 75 

Smith, J.B. 78 

Smith, Lisa 66, 68, 69, 103, 106, 

112, 113, 148 
Smith, Melissa 46 
Smith, Missy 77, 92 
Smith, Sara 79 

Smith, Scott 78, 85, 118, 136, 

137, 148 
Smith, Shelley 90 
Smith, Tim 95, 117 
Smith, Trella 24 
Smith, William 36 
Smithson, Terry 5 
Snell, Farley 37 
Snell, Lewis 120 
Soderholtz, Margaret 108, 109 
Sommer, Lee Ann 47, 90 
Sorajja, Paul 84, 120 
Soulen, Robert 37 
Spelce, Cile 47, 82, 104, 112, 

113, 147 
Spellmann, Norman 37, 95 
Spencer, Jeff 102, 136, 137 
Spivey, Jason 85 

Stahl, Suzanne 69, 84 
Steelman, Edmund 20 
Stephens, Ann 47 
Stephens, John 114, 115, 141 
Stephens, Kate 92, 106, 112 
Stephens, Todd 118, 133 
Stephenson, Kelley 47, 89 
Stevens, Juli 106, 107 



Index • 159 



Stewart, Ansalan 14 

Stewart, Ellen 76, 77, 81, 91, 110 

Stice, Sheri 69, 76, 79, 95 

Stiegler, Ashley 110 

Stokes, Catherine 106, 107 

Stone, Henry 115 

Stovall, Mike 98 

Streitman, Scott 2, 97, 120 

Streza, Wendy 4, 85, 108, 109 

Strickland, Joseph 84, 89, 116, 

117 
Stricklin, Don 98, 99, 100 
Styrsky, John 112, 117 
Sullivan, Mike 98, 118 
Sullivan, Steve 102, 118, 136, 137 
Sumpter, Kristin 88, 141 
Swafford, Stephanie 106, 107, 

112 
Sweet, Dan 78, 85 
Swift, Luke 120 



Tackett, Lori 47 

Takas, Stephanie 128, 152 

Talk, Andrew 92 

Talus, Carrie 151 

Tamez, Pamela 79 

Tangum, Robyn 106, 150 

Tarkington, Molly 47, 99 

Taylor, Buffy 47 

Taylor, Charlotte 21 

Taylor, Shannon 100, 120, 125 

Theoni, Suzanne 123, 142 

Theoni, Willy 113, 117 

Thomas, Ajay 120 

Thomas, Barbara 23 

Thomas, DeeDee 13, 68, 69 

Thomas, Tonny 6, 110 

Thomason, Brian 118 

Thompson, Andrew 47, 115 

Thompson, Karmen 106 

Thompson, Mark 98, 115 

Thompson, Spencer 120, 138, 139 

Tiemann, Holly 79, 89, 104 

Tiff, Anita 78, 85 

Timm, Eric 2, 84, 120 

Timm, Mandy 68, 69, 70, 77, 94, 

146 
Todd, Donnie 116 
Todd, Kathleen 21 
Torres, Melissa 102, 104 
Torres-Pou, Juan 29, 37, 94 
Traeger, Paul 47, 118, 136 
Tran, Loan 81, 84 
Tran, Long 79, 120 



160 • Index 



Tran, Moon 91 

Traver, Tracy 103, 106, 107, 152 

Trefftzs, James 19 

Trevino, Lolita 104, 105 

Tubb, Terri 128 

Turner, Beverly 23 

Tyrrasch, Kathy 79, 104, 141 



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Unite, Sel 51, 84, 102, 120, 149 

Gribe, J.J. 125, 127 

CJrquidi, Laura 47, 77, 80, 82, 83, 

85, 95, 110 
Uselton, Amy 96, 107 
Utz, Laura Lee 99, 110 



Va, Mariano 83 

Valentine, Jerome 88 

Van Court, Greg 89 

VanBeek, Phil 118 

VanWinkle, Cass 104, 105, 113 

Varner, Star 89 

Varner, Victoria 37 

Vasquez, Madge 82 

Venhaus, James 98 

Vera, Dan 81 

Verrett, Julie 104, 105 

Villanueva, Jesse 81 

Villarreal, Christi 77, 81, 82 

Visser, Mary Ann 37, 84 

w 

Wade, Ric 118 
Wagner, Dana 104 
Wagner, Dennis 136 
Walker, Andrew 15, 82, 138, 148 
Wallace, John 117 
Wallis, Robert 119 
Warren, Wesley 47, 126 
Washington, Gregory 19, 83 
Waterman, Kristy 47, 97, 104 
Watkins, Dan 114, 115 
Watson, Angela 7, 107 
Watson, Stephanie 85 
Weaver, Mindi 85, 108 
Weinburgh, Robin 80, 85, 148 
Welborn, Deanna 47 
Welch, Duana 47, 92, 99 
Werlein, Emily 53, 107 
Weselman, Brad 47, 84, 120 
Weselman, Michelle 78, 84, 99 
West, Troy 4, 47, 53, 76, 84, 88, 



112, 115, 136 
Westbrook, Susanna 107, 113 
Wheelis, Matt 71 
Whidbee, Jay 118 
Whidbee, Kelly 104, 105, 113 
White, Rob 97, 115 
White, Shauna 83 
Whittenton, Joe 118 
Widner, Joseph 85, 120 
Widney, Coulson 47, 117 
Wier, Dan 54, 119 
Wilbur, Julie 78 
Williams, Chris 5, 100, 117 
Williams, Christy 83, 85 
Williams, Dorothy 24 
Williams, Laura 96 
Williams, Leslie 78, 104 
Williams, Loyd 48 
Williams, Maryshannon 79 
Willoughby, Heather 86, 87, 107 
Wilson, Beaty 136 
Wilson, Jennifer 85, 110, 153 
Wilson, Joe 5, 103, 117 
Wilson, Laura 89 
Withrow, Damon 47, 93 
Wolfe, Mike 140 
Wolfle, Bill 118 
Wood, Dylan 117, 148 
Woodall, Carol 47, 93 
Woodhull, Cheri 74, 110 
Woods, Scott 119 
Wright, Leslie 110, 141 



Yarbrough, Joyce 77, 95 
Yarbrough, Sarah 3, 110 
Yoeman, Jennifer 107 
Yonker, Summer 149 
Young, Renee 86, 87 



Zamecki, Cal 18, 69, 85 
Zamecki, Janet 84, 89 
Zapata, Marissa 53, 107 
Zych, Kathy 104 







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